Hey Wharfy, it's Craig from JU. Good to see you here. :beerdrinking:On the Jeep I do full synthetic every 5k. Last oil change took me a year and a half to get to 5k though, and it was more like 4500 actually. Otherwise I might go longer on the miles.
Regular duty and regular usage you could probably do 7k-7500 or so with synth. 5k with Dino. Just my opinion, you will get a different one from just about everyone on here. Or on any forum. Asking oil change questions is like kicking a bees' nest.
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Whattup Craig, you certainly have found the Internet once more huh? Good to see you around again!Hey Wharfy, it's Craig from JU. Good to see you here. :beerdrinking:
I've been using the 7500 mile OCI with Pennzoil Platinum on forced induction and NA engines for 10+ years now. I'm also one of those that has always changed the oil on a brand new car at 1500 miles. I've put a lot of hard miles on modded engines and have never had an internal engine failure of any kind.
We have ours changed by the dealer every 3 months, which comes out to 1200-2000 miles between changes.I have a 2017 Wrangler with 45-4700 miles on it and am wondering how often I should do oil change and rotations I've heard 3000 I've heard 5 I've heard 7 I'm a new jeeper just need some help
change it (couldn't edit)My dealer wants to change my oil, filter and rotate tires every 5,000 miles. Since I only put about 2,000 miles on it they chance it once a year. They told me Chrysler wants it changed at least once a year, and the coolant and transmission every 5 years regardless of the mileage.