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24,000 Mile (40,000 km) Service For A Giulietta 1.6/2.0 Diesel

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Check tyre tread depth, pressure and the side wall for damage or bulges.

Is your rubber still safe?

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Check all lights (side lights, hazard lights, interior lights and dash lights).

The Light of your life....it could well be!

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Check condition of the wiper blades and that the washer jets hit their mark.

Can you see clearly now the rain has gone?

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Check condition of brake pads, discs and the wear warning indicator.

Keeping a distance...is it something I said?

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Inspect bodywork and underside of car for damage, check aerodynamic aids, pipes and hoses, brake lines, rubber boots and gaitors.

Take a look at your under carriage.

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Check and lubricate all door locks, bonnet and boot catch.

It's an open and shut case!

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Check and adjust the handbrake.

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Top up fluid levels (coolant, screen wash and brake fluid if it's not being replaced).

Is your glass half full or half empty?

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Check emissions and the engine management system on an examiner.

Oil service light, reset and GO!

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Replace oil ,oil filter and sump plug washer.

Oil & filter change

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Replace air filter.

Replacing the air filter.

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Replace pollen filter (optional extra).

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Check the brake fluid for water content or if you are unable to do this change it every two years.

2% is good unless it's the battery on your mobile phone.

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Change brake fluid if the water content is higher than 2% (optional extra).

This isn't a solo, it takes two to Tango.

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Replace fuel filter.

I would be a full time alcoholic If I could replace my liver every 24,000 units!

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