Just yesterday I completed resolving our minder notice of B(oil change)1(tire rotation)6(rear diff fluid change). *The numbers might be backwards.
Bought it used on 5/17/21 with 3, 387 miles, the minder flashed at about 10.8k (IIRC) miles. I'm sure the original dealership changed the original oil before we bought. Not sure if they rotated the tires though.
I had the dealership near me change the oil for free under the certified used inclusion of 2 freebies. The only thing I don't like about the freebie (and I love freebies) is that you had to wait for the minder to flash. I'm old school and prefer to change the oil, ready or not at 5k miles of use.
I purchased a lifetime alignment and balance/ rotation perk (as I do for all of our vehicles) on the existing tires from my trusted alignment company (Firestone Complete Auto Care) that does business in my frequented area. $232.## OTD after applying Labor Day sale coupons of $40 off of LA and 15% off B&R. The most I've ever saved on the LA is 10% or $20. Even the service writer said he's never seen $40 off.
A single AWD alignment is $99.99. It will take less than 2 alignment follow ups, that I do religiously when I have the tires rotated, to pay for itself. It's good for the LIFETIME of the vehicle while we own it.
I had my trusted local mechanic change out my rear diff fluid @ 11,405 miles with Honda fluid for just under $78.60. The fluid alone at retail near me is $34.00 had I tried to DIY. It wasn't worth it to me as an owner of an ELITE model (j/k...I am). Others such as my local dealership and my very own brothers repair shop both quoted me $120.00. My mechanics hired hand did it right in front of me yesterday as the first client in the shop (with opening time apptmt) while we bs'd about my "new/used" rig.
NOTE: Their computerized system calls for 1.92 quarts. He sucked out as much as he could and told me it took nearly all 2 quarts before he stopped because it began dribbling out and buttoned up by flipping the crush washer and putting the plug back in. He also answered my other question (for me and all of you) by telling me it looked like it was in good shape (not too dirty at all). You can use the same crush washer 2x is the tip simply by flipping it.
*I believe I read here that someone said it takes more than 2 quarts on occasion (DIY style). You might want to check yourself on that one.
3 different vendors, all way below retail because I'm just that way. Never pay retail on anything!