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Whatís a good place in Kissimmee/Orlando where you can trust people with your car for an oil change? I was sent to work in Orlando from Miami temporary. Donít know

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Old 11-11-2018, 07:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Whatís a good place in Kissimmee/Orlando where you can trust people with your car for an oil change? I was sent to work in Orlando from Miami temporary. Donít know anybody here besides some family. Thanks
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If it's under warranty just go to a dealer so there's record of it should they **** it up. The one by you actually has a lot of good reviews.

Or order some race ramps and easily do it literally anywhere.
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If it's under warranty just go to a dealer so there's record of it should they **** it up. The one by you actually has a lot of good reviews.

Or order some race ramps and easily do it literally anywhere.
i dont have anymore free oil changes. I was only given 3 oil changes. I wonder how much would they charge me if i bring my own oil
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Old 11-13-2018, 03:49 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Oil changes are so easy to do yourself on our 370Zís. Look up the DIY oil change and take the time to do your own oil change. I honestly hate to bring my Z to the Nissan dealership service department for anything.
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Don't take it to a dealer. Find a knowledgeable shop. There are a variety of them in your area.

Labor is typically $10-20 if you bring your own oil and filter.
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your driveway/garage.

its simple. not worth letting someone lie and put garbage oil in your car and tell you its good oil.

simple and quick job to do.
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I agree with most folks here - DIY it or go to the dealer.... they have just as good a shot to screw it up as anyone else, but at least there will be record of it and you have some recourse with Nissan if they screw you.

But seriously, if you care enough to start a thread on it, then you probably care enough to DIY it.

If you don't care that much (most people don't), then take it to the cheapest/fastest place. I take my beater Ranger to '5 minute oil change' and get it done for $17 in about 10 minutes (you'd think they would name it '10 minute oil change').
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yeah i ended up doing it myself. thanks guys
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