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About 100 bucks doing it myself. Fleetguard oil filter and Case/IH Number 1, 0W-40 synthetic.


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6.7L Cummins. About 12 dollars a gallon for the oil plus 9 bucks for the filter. Total= $45.00


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Bowhunter61 wrote:

My Dodge dealership charges $160 for a 4 change plan, they advertise it as buy one get 3 free, so really $40 a piece. It's a dodge program so surprised no one else mentioned it on here.

I can't change it that cheap and the place treats you good and has good mechanics, first dealership I ever found like this.


I use that one too. It was $150 last time I bought, but I have to buy a new one next time and I was figuring on a price increase.


Update: the price of the 4 change plan is now $189.00 at my dealership. Still a steal at $47.25 per change - reg price is $79.95.


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ib516 wrote:

So. No one pays $200 for an oil change eh? Thought so.


Shoot, I have a CTD and my "annual oil change" is always about $200!!

Oil - $50
Filter - $15
Fuel filter - $15
Air filter - $33
Stanadyne - $12
Wipers - $42
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Shoot, I have a CTD and my "annual oil change" is always about $200!!


Annual oil change. [emoticon] I remember a couple summers ago doing oil changes three Saturdays in a row. I still have times I change the oil two times in a three or four week period.

netomh and Bowhunter, where do you find Dodge dealers with mechanics knowledgeable enough to change oil? I asked about the price of an oil change here if I provided my own Fleetguard Stratopore filter (Dodge only carries the lower quality Fleetguard, with a Mopar brand on it). I was informed they won't install "off brand" filters. I haven't walked up to their service counter since.


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Shoot, I have a CTD and my "annual oil change" is always about $200!!


Annual oil change. [emoticon] I remember a couple summers ago doing oil changes three Saturdays in a row. I still have times I change the oil two times in a three or four week period.

netomh and Bowhunter, where do you find Dodge dealers with mechanics knowledgeable enough to change oil? I asked about the price of an oil change here if I provided my own Fleetguard Stratopore filter (Dodge only carries the lower quality Fleetguard, with a Mopar brand on it). I was informed they won't install "off brand" filters. I haven't walked up to their service counter since.


Yeah, that 7,500-15,000 mile interval is handy on low mileage years, thus the joke about a $200 change when a lot else is actually done. Tire rotation is about every 20k, I just record tread wear otherwise, so it isn't included. But I'm at DISCOUNT TIRE often enough when I want to modify pressure.

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$109 at the ford dealer and they wash the truck...they claim for free, but i know i am paying for it.
I used to do my own on the old truck and purchase the motorcraft filters at walmat for $20, but now it is easier to sit and get some work done while they do the service.


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