Hey Guys, thinking through same oil change thoughts. I put the steeda jacking rails on my car, easy enough to do! I didn't even jack the car up to install them. I was thinking of going the royal purple route with this one. I did trade in a 2015 GT for my 2016. For the 2014, honestly, I just let the dealer change and told them to use a synthetic. I wasn't picky. The 2014, was hit with hail damage in month 3 of it's life. I knew I wasn't going to keep it very long since it had so much damage to it. You couldn't tell, but I knew.
I was letting the dealer change the oil because I didn't have easy jacking with it, and it looked like I would have to take the plastic shield off under the engine. How do you guys work around that?
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1966 C Class Convertible, 289 4 Speed
2016 GT Premium Coupe, 6-speed manual, Dk Gray