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    500T tune-up

    Mt 500T has 30,000 on the clock and is due for plugs, air filter and miscellaneous items to be inspected. I no longer have the time to do this myself even though it's not a big deal.

    I prefer using the Studio for the service. Any insight from anyone as to what I should expect to pay?

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    You should be able to check those costs for a common service on line, even look at more than one dealer if you have options. I'm guessing you'll pay 150 and up, given the fact that they might mark up the spark plugs.

    Some dealers will let you provide your own oil, filter, plugs, but other dealers will not use stuff you provide since they don't want to be responsible for warranty on unknown parts. If they are willing to do this, you can probably get the parts cheaper like on Amazon or RockAuto.com than the dealer will sell them (since they make money on parts also.)

    Once someone starts working on it in the garage it's probably no more than 2 hours of work, but when they're busy, you're likely going to drop it early in the day and get it back in the afternoon. Another option would be any local mechanics/garages that will work on the FIAT.

    I've done oil and spark plugs on my Abarth, and the spark plugs are easier than the oil change in my opinion!
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