Aah! Unfortunately this is a kind of service that a dealer can pick and choose which they want to do. Some dealerships don't offer it at all and the only way to get it done is to ask for the service 1 by 1, from which they can individualy charge, raising the cost.
For that price, it's not worth it. Fuel injector flush is easy and the solution only costs $20-$40. Fuel filter check? Yeah, the'll look at it o'right, but that's about it, nothing more. Probably hit you with 1 hour labor to replace it plus the cost of the part.
A local shop might charge you a lot cheaper for the injector flush alone, $60-80 maybe. See if they can clean the throttle body for free; it's easy.
The service is usually done for vehicles that have failed emission inspections. You should notice a difference in power and mileage.
Tuesday, January 10th, 2006 AT 11:07 PM