Exposing the Dealership Oil Change Scam

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43 thoughts on “Exposing the Dealership Oil Change Scam

  1. Looks like your crankcase breather is blocked..Hot oil under pressure…Take the filler cap off next time…๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง

  2. Damn Sam!! You got a lift!! Now spend some of that moldy money and get you an oil drain on wheels with a 30 gallon reservoirโ€ฆ raise the drain up to a few inches from the pan and plopโ€ฆ let the drain plug fall into the catch basin, itโ€™s got a screen to catch it.

  3. $369 isn't as expensive as you think. A friend of my stepson had a Camry. Her father has a towing company and took it for an oil change at his favorite towing customer, a Ford dealership. They forgot to put new oil back in, he drives off, the engine was destroyed within two miles totaling the car. I always change my own oil, it costs less than $50 with filter.

  4. What about the trick of the vacuum cleaner on the filler opening before releasing the drain plug?
    You can remove the plug with no hassle, then switch off power to the vacuum cleaner and the oil will flush out with you out of harms way.

  5. Little mechanic trick, go buy concrete mixing pans from lowes or home depot. They are bigger and alot less mess than regular oil catch pans.

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