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Old     (z1034ever)      Join Date: Oct 2002       03-04-2008, 7:02 PM Reply   
How much do you pay for your 100 hour service? I just paid 750 for mine. It seems a little steep.
Old     (polarbill)      Join Date: Jun 2003       03-04-2008, 7:04 PM Reply   
Ouch, what exactly do they do at a 100 hour service?
Old     (z1034ever)      Join Date: Oct 2002       03-04-2008, 7:17 PM Reply   
I know its an oil change, Spark Plugs, Tranny fluid change, check and lube your drive line, Check trailer lights, new distributor cap and insides, check fuel system, new impeller, check cooling system, check timing, and some other random stuff.
Old     (johnsvt)      Join Date: Dec 2006       03-04-2008, 7:19 PM Reply   
200 bucks but that looks like a littlemore work was done than what I had done.
Old     (rio_sanger)      Join Date: Apr 2007       03-04-2008, 7:37 PM Reply   
Do it yourself for about 50 bucks
I can't believe anybody would pay that much money to service a boat
Bring it to me, I'll do it for $200.00 tip and a beer
Old     (hatepain)      Join Date: Aug 2006       03-04-2008, 7:42 PM Reply   
How does your ass feel? Hurts dont it?!
Old     (wakefarmer)      Join Date: Nov 2007       03-04-2008, 7:57 PM Reply   
Sounds like he checked everything...including your wallet.
Old     (flamethewolf)      Join Date: Jan 2007       03-04-2008, 8:05 PM Reply   
if you're going through the dealer.. I was quoted something like:

120 oil and filter change
100 tranny fluid change
100 impellar change
100 fuel filter change

I thought that was a lot at 420... looks like the rest of that stuff is just "checking" stuff... not sure if that's worth a couple hundred bucks..

I will not go through the dealer again for this
Old     (chpthril)      Join Date: Oct 2007       03-05-2008, 5:10 AM Reply   
It's kind of a supply and demand thing. If you have the tools, place, time and knowledge to do it yourself, correctly, then any amount over the cost of parts is too high. If you are not able to do it yourself, for what ever reason, then you are at the mercy of the going rate in your area.

$750 does sound high tho. IMO
Old     (chikara22)      Join Date: Oct 2006       03-05-2008, 5:33 AM Reply   
450 is what i paid
Old     (timmyb)      Join Date: Apr 2007       03-05-2008, 7:19 AM Reply   
They're changing your spark plugs and doing all of that stuff at 100 hours? That seems a little early to me to be changing out the plugs.
Old     (denverd1)      Join Date: May 2004       03-05-2008, 7:22 AM Reply   
cap/rotor, plugs "check driveline" like look at the prop shaft?

Learn to do it yourself. "peace of mind" isn't that much...
Old     (spoondog)      Join Date: Feb 2008       03-05-2008, 7:42 AM Reply   
i used think that going through the dealer is the safe route. but now i know that doing it yourself is the only way you really know something gets done. I think i paid about 600 also. won't happen again.
Old     (ripr)      Join Date: Mar 2002       03-05-2008, 8:42 AM Reply   
Its not all that difficult. I don't see why they would want to change plugs and cap/rotor at 100 hours...just doesn't seem right to me, but check your engine manual.

Oil Change: $40 worth of supplies, 20-30 mins of time.
V Drive fluid change: $20 worth of supplies, 15 mins.
NOTE: The above are contingent on you already having a pump to remove the fluids.

Impellor: $30? part, 10 minutes.

Fuel Filter: $5 part, 3 minutes...TOPS.

The above just based on my experience. As you were.
Old     (curtisco24)      Join Date: Dec 2005       03-05-2008, 8:44 AM Reply   
dude change your fluids and ride. That is a total rip off. 120 for an oil change is a rip as well.
Old     (spoondog)      Join Date: Feb 2008       03-05-2008, 9:12 AM Reply   
The first 100 hr tuneup requires alot of checks because they are making sure there aren't defective parts or bad assembly from the manufacturer. Seems like they should flip the bill for that. After that change your fluids and ride like matt put it. .

(Message edited by spoondog on March 05, 2008)
Old     (sanger)      Join Date: May 2002       03-05-2008, 9:31 AM Reply   
This is out of the MC Manual for 100 hour service.

Have an Engine Tune-Up Performed
A complete engine tune-up, including replacement of the PVC valve,
spark plugs, distributor cap, rotor and ignition wires (if needed) should be
performed annually. Also, some engines require adjustments for spark, dwell
and idle. All of these functions require special knowledge, tools and test
For this reason, MasterCraft strongly recommends having the engine
tune-up performed by your dealer.

Glad my Yukon can go 100,000 miles between tune-ups!

My guess is that if you don't do all of this and keep receipts they would void the engine warranty.
Old     (beef)      Join Date: Jan 2007       03-05-2008, 3:37 PM Reply   
We paid somewhere in the $400-450 range. $720 is way steep. I hope they filled your gas tank, and cleaned your windshield for that price!
Old     (heeb_v215)      Join Date: Feb 2007       03-05-2008, 9:23 PM Reply   
I agree with chris,It Is all really simple work, save the rest of the money for fuel everyone will need it.


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