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Sorry is this is a silly question, but I was wondering if there is a place where I could download or print, a maintenance chart.

I don't mean the one that comes in the manual of scheduled maintenance. I was hoping to find (other than have to make it ourselves), some kind of chart where we could keep track of the different things done, dates, mileage, info, etc...

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You could use Excel to make your own chart.
That way you would have a "computerized" record of service done to your car.
 

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i can do one for you if you just tell me how you want it.
 

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Maintenance schedules

I have one done in excel which calculates by time and mileage.

Can someone advise how I can copy and paste an excel file in this forum.
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I have one done in excel which calculates by time and mileage.

Can someone advise how I can copy and paste an excel file in this forum.
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You should be able to upload it and attach it to a post.
 

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I have one done in excel which calculates by time and mileage.

Can someone advise how I can copy and paste an excel file in this forum.
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Just go down to where it says "Manage Attachments" and click on it. When the upload window opens, click on "Browse", locate the file and click on "Upload". Close the upload window and submit the reply.
 
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Maintenance Printout

To MariaK, I have attached a PDF file of a table I use. Unfortunately, for reasons unknown, I am not permitted to post it in excel format. What you could do is redo it in excel. I will try to download the formulas so that you may insert them in the proper cells. Sorry for this pain.
 

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@bitsco: You can post a zipfile but not a xls-file.

Here i converted youtr pdf into exel and got a base. But your calculations are gone obviously.

Great work!

:edited: check out bitscos zip on the next page!
 
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Maintenance schedule in Excel

For MariaK if still required. Feel free to modify.
Just enter the current date and mileage in the top boxes.
You then enter the last service date in the second column and the mileage in the third. The calculations are automatic. Take a look at the formulas for info.
I can convert to miles if needed.
Just drop me a note.
 

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:rep: REP for that bitsco!!
 

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lol no problem biscuit ;) :w00t: j/k
 

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if you have an android phone, you can get the "MyCar" app. it calculates your mpg. and if you do some work (not much really) you can enter your schedule and when the time comes for an oil change, filter change, tune-up, rotate tires, etc, MyCar will notify you. you can then print the schedule by uploading it to your computer in excel format.

it will do backups so you never lose your information. it does so much more than when i first purchased it and it seems the developer is adding more and more everyday.
 

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For MariaK if still required. Feel free to modify.
Just enter the current date and mileage in the top boxes.
You then enter the last service date in the second column and the mileage in the third. The calculations are automatic. Take a look at the formulas for info.
I can convert to miles if needed.
Just drop me a note.
Thank you so much! I really appreciate your help with this. :smileup:
 
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