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Subject:  Re: Quarterly debt update 12/25/12 Date:  12/25/2012  11:38 PM
Author:  PSUEngineer Number:  306544 of 312189

It also included replacing the incabin filters, rotating tires, aligning tires.

How much did they charge you for the cabin filter? Around here, the typical cost is around $75-$80. A cabin filter costs around $15-$20 and takes about 5 minutes to change. It is usually located behind the glove compartment. Paying a mechanic to do it is a ripoff.
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