Mr Lube Service Code abbreviations decoding

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Hi everyone, was wondering if anyone here can help me out with some service code abbreviations from Mr. Lube (I know I know who goes to Mr Lube). Well, i'm receiving a Mazda 3 from a friend who did all the services at the dealer then Mr Lube, and from Mr Lube I only have the most recent service history copy, however, they went to the same place and it shows the previous service history, but it's with all their codes... some I think I got, others I'm not sure, so here they are

TYR PTL - This i'm guessing is tire patch, or replace
OC4 OEM - oil change
WW - ?
FPM - ?
WB WB - Wiper blade?
CAB - Cabin air filter?
BLT - ?
UC - ?
HL - ?
AF - Air filter?

I know I can go to a Mr Lube and ask them, but I figured I'd save a trip and ask here if anyone knows these. Thanks in advance
 
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Just guessing here;

WW windshield washer fluid

BLT. sandwich.

HL. headlight?

The rest come up blank. Companies should just spell this stuff out.
 

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Just guessing here;

WW windshield washer fluid

BLT. sandwich.

HL. headlight?

The rest come up blank. Companies should just spell this stuff out.
Ha, yea I agree... when I saw BLT I thought sandwich too :LOL:
 
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TYR PTL - This i'm guessing is tire patch, or replace
OC4 OEM - oil change
WW - ?
FPM - ?
WB WB - Wiper blade?
CAB - Cabin air filter?
BLT - ?
UC - ?
HL - ?
All guesses...

"TYR" - are they British heritage
OC4 = oil change, 4 quarts. I'm guessing they have OC45, OC5, etc as well.
WW = windshield washer (fluid)
HL = headlight (bulb)
 

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Thanks for the info guys. I'll go in and ask them aswell just thought i'd ask here if anyone knew
 
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Sorry, I'm quite a bit late on this thread, and you probably have all the answers by now.....
But for what it's worth, my thought for FPM is "fuel something (pump?) maintenance"
 
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