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I'm reaching the dreaded end of warranty period on my 2017 EX-L, about 3 weeks to go. All I have ever done is religiously change oil at approx 4000 miles. Now I read a thread about fooling the minder by not resetting it after an oil change to get the proper alerts for maintenance that needs to be done. I've never had a minder light come on, ever. So the question is two-fold:
What service should I get done now, at the three year point, and have I harmed my warranty by missing a service alert by not letting the minder do its job? Thanks.
 

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Hopefully you have changed out the other fluids, especially transmission and rear diff.
 

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Well, no. I have 27K miles but sounds like that's what I'm doing ASAP. Not for nothing, I've hardly driven it for the last 12 weeks, as I'm sure many others have reduced their driving, as well.
 

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Every 3 years you should flush brake fluid. You will greatly extended the life and performance of the braking system if you do this.
 
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