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Old 11-11-2009, 10:49 AM
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How much for Oil/Fuel Filter Change

I've been quoted $330 for an oil change and both fuel filters changed out. Dealer price. Sound about right?
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330!? do it yourself!
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Old 11-11-2009, 10:52 AM
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Raped!! Cost me $100 to change the oil and fuel filters. Thats doing it myself

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Old 11-11-2009, 11:15 AM
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I only charge about $165
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OMG...do it yourself! If you use synthetic such as Valvoline Premium Blue Extreme 5w40 or Mobil 1 TDT 5w40...$90 bucks for the oil, $18 bucks for the motorcraft oil filter....and $42 for the fuel filters. Takes 30 minutes to do it yourself costing you about $150...

And if you wanted to, you could cut cost to $100 bucks if you used dino diesel 15w40 oil such as Motorcraft or Mobil Delvac instead of synthetic...

It's not hard, do it yourself and save money
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330 bucks....dude that sucks. +1 on DIY
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Old 11-11-2009, 11:25 AM
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Do it yourself, $100-$150 depending on what oil you use (as already stated). Plus, the PSD has got to be the easiest truck I've ever had to change the oil on due to the top mounted filter.
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I agree, I'll do it myself.
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And some wonder why we do it ourselves
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or do what i do, buy your oil, drive down to local drive through oil change station (jiffy lube, wal-mart, speedy lube) have them change your oil for $30.00 but you supply the oil. beats having to get rid of the oil afterwards.
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