Right the time has almost come for a service on my CLK and it will be the first that that I am getting it serviced as the current owner. The car is a 2005 model and has 42,000 miles on it and has always been serviced at a main dealer. The last service was done 31,489 miles on 4th October 2010 and it had an ASSYST Service B with the engine oil & filter, brake fluid, fuel filter & air cleaner replaced. The car will be asking for an ASSYST service A in about 1,000 miles time. My question is that even though it needs a minor server I have checked the schedule and it says that I should also get the following done in addition: - Auto fluid change (needs doing at 40,000 miles) - Active charcoal filter replaced (if more than 40,000) - Fuel Filter (if more than 40,000) - Brake fluid change (every 2 years) - Coolant change (every 3 years) Now do I really need to do ALL of the above for a MINOR service? 1. I called Mercedes and they said that on their schedule it does NOT show the auto fluid change for my car is due yet so I probably wont have to have it done (cost £275 but they would do it for £200) 2. The brake fluid was changed on the last service but as it is almost 2 years since the last service should I get it done now or wait until the next service. 3. Although my car is a 2005 model I can't see that the coolant has been changed so I guess I should have this done? Sorry about my essay of a question! I was going to go to Mercedes to get it serviced but if all the above needs doing I won't bother as it will cost a fortune considering the age of my car.