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Re: [St] I normally do my own oil changes, but...
- Subject: Re: [St] I normally do my own oil changes, but...
- From: Dan Wetherington <dnlwthrn@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2008 16:25:05 -0600
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David Jonas wrote:
Around here (Chicagoland) the dealer will charge you for probably an
hour of labor ($75-80), the oil (~$65), and filter (~$15) plus usually a
disposal fee. This adds up to WAY TO FREAKING MUCH! You're much better
off doing things yourself, no matter where you buy the oil.
how much would one expect to pay for one at the dealership? I have no idea
and I'm curious.
p.s. - This doesn't count as an oil thread, right?
(not quite frozen in IL)
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