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Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 1999 - 2006 Discussion, Oil changes, who does yours? in Cadillac Escalade Forums; My dealer takes care of the maintainace ($30) and washes it too. Hell, they'll even wash it if I just ...
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    Re: Oil changes, who does yours?

    My dealer takes care of the maintainace ($30) and washes it too. Hell, they'll even wash it if I just ASK. I've looked into doing oil changes myself, but my main limitation is time. The dealer is FAR more convenient for me. Plus, if I need a loaner for a "long service," they give me what I drive. Same for my wife and her H2.

    -E (from San Antonio, TX)

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    Re: Oil changes, who does yours?

    damn thats a nice dealership. Mine they will drive you somewhere if you have to go to a place. I don't think they would ever give me an escalade. The oil changes are also like an hour and a half.

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    Re: Oil changes, who does yours?

    Yeah, The dealership treatment is first class until you run out of warranty. I use Mobil 1 and Fram Double Guard(with teflon PTFE additive) filter. I don't even have to jack it up, a 6qt pan and a cresent wrench does the trick. I also grease the fittings on the steering links while I'm there. I don't save much money but I like to do it and I know its done correctly.
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