We have a 2005 Toyota Sienna. I've been taking it to the dealer we
bought it from for its regular service. But it seems like every time I
take it in for "just an oil change", they say it needs this thing or
that thing, for $100 here and $150 there. For example, today I had it
in for 41,000 mile service ($79). They recommended a transmission
flush ($180), an EFI service (I don't remember what that one is,
$140), an alignment ($90), and a cabin filter ($70). I told them to
just do the oil change and I'd think about the rest of it. So, my
1. Do I really need all that stuff? I'm quite skeptical.
2. If I don't do these things, will it affect my warranty, either
actually, or informally (i.e. they give me a hard time because I
didn't follow their recommendations)?
3. Should I trust this dealer?