Originally posted by Bryan_16
I'm not really sure if this is possible but i have a 2002 wrangler that i just picked up about 6 months ago... i've changed the oil once and now its time for the second. I would rather have the dealer do it if they will do it for free but i'm not sure if this is "under warranty"...
As with most 'expendibles' and routine maintenance, an oil change is definitely NOT a warranty item.
But, have you ASKED you dealer how much they charge yet?
Or are you just assuming they will have an extortion-based price?
I bought my 2002 from one of the "Five-Star" rated Chrysler-Jeep dealers. They have been running a summer special which includes:
• Engine oil replacement up to 6 qt
• Complete chassis lube
• New Mopar oil filter
• Fluid level inspection
• Inspect front suspension components
for only $19.95!
If you dealer has a website, check it for special service deals too.
Plus, they mailed me a coupon for a free oil change a couple of weeks after I bought the Jeep. Make sure you are on your dealer's mailing list, as some of the better dealers will send out coupons on a regular basis to get you back in and hopefully hooked on using their service department.