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Old 08-01-2015, 01:39 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by rad_jr View Post
If the vehicle is telling you to change the oil, I'd go ahead and do it. Sounds like it's still under warranty...if you have an issue with the engine that should be covered, and the computer shows that you have not been maintaining the vehicle according to the manufacturers minimum requirements (in this case, time between services), the manufacturer (not the dealer) can deny the claim. IMHO it's worth the price of an oil & filter change to head off that potential headache....
X2. You can change the oil yourself and use the reset procedure to clear the alert. Important you keep good records and receipts to maintain warranty.

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