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Old 09-18-2011, 06:13 PM   #29
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You have to watch the knuckle-heads at the oil change centers on a diesel. They will put the oil filter on the engine dry. I always fill mine before installing it on the engine, otherwise it is running with no lube until the filre fills (about 1.5 to 2 quarts on the 7.3L)

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2X. I watched every move they made. As of interest, they squirted some oil on one of my back wheels and then the guy tried to tell me my seals were leaking and that his "friend" down the road could fix it cheap... I saw this and put some of the oil on my finger, smelled it and said "You should have squarted 60 weight rear end oil on them and it would be much more believable....
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2X. I watched every move they made. As of interest, they squirted some oil on one of my back wheels and then the guy tried to tell me my seals were leaking and that his "friend" down the road could fix it cheap... I saw this and put some of the oil on my finger, smelled it and said "You should have squarted 60 weight rear end oil on them and it would be much more believable....
I happen to work in the oil change business. Please don't judge an entire industry because of a couple of lame shops. There are plenty of reputable fast lubes out there.
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