When Tylenol no longer helps, go have a talk with Jack.Age/health issues are creeping up on me and the automotive things I can still do are getting less and less. Rotated tires about a month ago........that may be the last time for me doing that. Popped a couple Tylenol.
Think about it for a moment.......It happens to be both true and accurate on the part of the dealer.I get to examine the fluid. I don't trust the dealer if they said I need something. Theyonce said I needed a valve adjustment. I asked why, I just did it last week, did they move? They answered, oh we didn't look at the valves (no kidding) we just looked at the milage and checked what is needed, if we don't have a record that we did it, we recommend the service. (wonder how many people fall for that?)
LOL! Too bad you can't drink a beer laying flat on the ground, huh?Guess I’m late to the thread. I do the rear differential fluid myself. It’s usually part of my 30k service with the oil, trans fluid, air filter, cabin filter, coolant.
The rear differential part might be 15 minutes. But why not stretch it out to 45 minutes? Polish the fill and drain bolts nice and shiny while I’m at it.
It’s Quiet. Might take a nap under the car. Admire the shiny tool chrome a bit. It is low stress compared to work, I try to enjoy my personal time with the car.
I can probably stretch my 30k service out to 4 hours. It’s as relaxing as spending a day at the spa. Actually, better than the spa. Massage therapists always leave me sore.