I have a 2008 Honda Odyssey with 60,000 miles on it. It is well-maintained (has been serviced every 5,000 miles @ dealership). It was just taken to the dealership for a 60,000mi service. I was told there is "some carbon buildup on the throttle body and we suggest a Fuel Induction Service (cost=$230)". They said it doesn't need to be done today, but should be done soon. I am having no problems with the car.
Is this a necessary service or is this just another way for the dealership to make money?
Thanks in advance for any advice!