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Does anyone know what's required for 64k service on C4 Picasso 1.6 bluehdi?

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walldan   
Wed Jun 10 2020, 02:27pm
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Location: Merseyside
I've previously been to the dealers for services but not willing to pay their prices anymore. Currently have an extended warrenty. Understand that the garage only has to be vat registered and use original citroen parts to keep with the warranty T&C?

Can't fine a list anywhere online whats needed apart from oil and filter change?
FrankBullitt   
Wed Jun 10 2020, 04:35pm

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Joined: Apr 12 2011
Location: Cambridgeshire
I think you are due the larger service (minor-major-minor-major) at 64k. In terms of pricing I personally would keep with Citroen, a car over 3 years old benefits from lower prices, £249 isn’t a bad price;

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Richard_C   
Thu Jun 11 2020, 04:01am
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Joined: Oct 11 2016
Location: Cambridge
Agree as above. When I've gone elsewhere with older cars I've not really saved that much money. With the dealer you also get the check for any non safety recalls on your particular car.

Not all dealers participate in the fixed price 3 year deal, you might have to shop around. I think the the wash and valet isn't included with the over 3 year version, that doesn't worry me at all.

Just booked our C3 in for first MOT and service at a local Approved Citroen Service Agent (was a dealer, no longer sell cars). Gave them plenty of notice. Because of Covid they are doing things slightly differently including no courtesy cars or station drop offs, just bring in key leave service record book on passenger seat, controls will be wiped down/sanitized before handing back. All seems very sensible and well organised.
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FrankBullitt   
Thu Jun 11 2020, 02:59pm

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Richard_C wrote ...

Just booked our C3 in for first MOT and service at a local Approved Citroen Service Agent (was a dealer, no longer sell cars). Gave them plenty of notice. Because of Covid they are doing things slightly differently including no courtesy cars or station drop offs, just bring in key leave service record book on passenger seat, controls will be wiped down/sanitized before handing back. All seems very sensible and well organised.

No courtesy car - they are in the middle of nowhere! You can’t even spend a thoroughly enjoyable day over the road at the moment
 

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