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Old 08-31-2014, 12:56 PM   #11
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I like wrenching on my vehicles still, and would've called you every name in the book for not doing it yourself!
Now for some reason, these last 9yrs or so I've gone to my dealer to have my oil changed. Also get a deal once in a while.
I think maybe now that I'm spending 50 grand, I like the peace of mind that every change is on record, and if for any reason something should happen to my engine, it rules out that excuse for them.
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Oh yeah babe, and that includes a tire rotation. And if you catch it right on the Ford Owners site, you can get a ten buck rebate. I used to change all that stuff when I wore a younger man's cloths. But now, I have a cup of joe, walk around and look at the new vehicles, then in thirty minutes I'm off with no dirt on my hands.
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I think I pay $56 at the dealer including tire rotation and topping off other fluids.
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I go to the dealer too. Plus I can drink all the coffee I want with CoffeeMate. Lol
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Oh yeah babe, and that includes a tire rotation. And if you catch it right on the Ford Owners site, you can get a ten buck rebate. I used to change all that stuff when I wore a younger man's cloths. But now, I have a cup of joe, walk around and look at the new vehicles, then in thirty minutes I'm off with no dirt on my hands.
I scored a booklet of free oil change coups! Except dunkin is across the street, not starbucks. I guess everything in life can't be free!
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@brianw0048, go to www.ford.com, and click on "Owners". There a coupons there for "The Works" at $39.95 for the whole thing. Also, tell your service guy/gal you want to sigh up for Ford's rewards program. You get free oil changes after five (I think) plus points for money spent that can be used as a discount for future purchases. Every little bit helps.
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