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Good Place to get an oil change ..

Discussion in 'Lubrication & Maintenance' started by miramballer, May 28, 2009.

  1. miramballer

    miramballer I'm NEW... What now?

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    For my first oil change, I got it done at the dealership. I'm not gonna do that again, just cause it's a hassle. I know on these forums, I am dealing with a lot of people that change there own oil, but I am trying to get some opinions on good places to go and get my oil changed. Thanks fellas
     
  2. DV2000NJ

    DV2000NJ The Browmaster

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    I've always been partial to my Driveway. :dunno:

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  3. dlstewart01

    dlstewart01 I'm too LAZY to Choose a Custom Title!!!

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    Yeah, thats were mine have taken place for the last 45 years.:thumbs:
     
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  4. Z71 Kris

    Z71 Kris Independence...

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    I have been using lube stop for years
     
  5. Outbacker

    Outbacker I'm NEW... What now?

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    I have always changed my own oil so that way if someone screws up, then I am the only one I can blame. This way I can use the oil I want and the filter I want. Plus it is cheaper to do it yourself (no labour charges).
     
  6. daddy

    daddy Administrator

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    I always change my own oil in the truck but I leave it up to the dealer or the local Firestone service center for the Jetta. It's not worth trying to get under that little bastard! :D

    Honestly though, for your truck, it's a 10 minute simple DIY job. Short of not knowing which way to tighten the filter and the bolt, it's almost foolproof.
     
  7. Alljackedup408

    Alljackedup408 Shut Up Stupid

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    change my own.. so.. no input..
     
  8. 707taco5

    707taco5 1337 Taco

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    driveway as well
     
  9. Vmax2007

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    TMI!!! :puke:


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    I prefer my garage over the driveway. It is level and much cleaner. :thumbs:
     
  10. Bowtie2Sierra

    Bowtie2Sierra ?

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    Before I started changing mine myself, I always took it to the dealer.
     

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