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Whenever the car tells you to do it. :)
I don't drive a lot (WFH), so I think I once read that no matter what you should at least do it once a year. So I bought my Bronco in Nov '21, got it's first oil change in Nov '22 when I had to get it's yearly inspection. I think I was around 6k miles?
Heh. I actually noticed this last winter with the bronco and chalked it up to the fact that the lights are led.
good idea. I was already figuring when I go back, they're just going to swap the spare with one of the tires, and then likely the next time I went the spare would end up being the spare again and completely render the 5 tire rotation useless. haha.
this way I can show them how it should be done.
funny you say that. That absolutely happened on one of our cars. the tires dry rotted before they wore completely down.
I mean, I work from home, and my wife doesn't work. So not a ton of driving around here.
My oil changes are free! 😁 but stupid PA and their yearly inspection money maker...
went and got my first oil change today...
1. they're replacing the caps on my side view mirrors. hopefully that fixes the whistling sound.
2. are you guys doing 5 tire rotation? they rotated my tires, and my bad for not bringing it up when I got there, but afterwards I asked if they did 5...
yeah, maybe my next set on the Bronco that'll make sense. But for the Tahoe, I'm just looking to replace. But I don't like the Continental OEM's it came with. We just hit 4yrs and I'm just about at 30k miles and the tread is already to replacement depth.
yeah, I agree on the local shop thing. That's why I was asking if anyone local knew a spot. I don't really know any, besides the chains... Mavis, Pep Boys, Dealers, etc... but I guess in the end, they're considered local too, no? Local people work there...