Does anybody of you did an oilchange after the car broke in? lets say 500-800 miles
Other's will surely comment and flame you for making this thread, look around here on the forum and you'll find hundreds of posts exactly like this one. I believe the general consensus is some change at 1k miles, but it isn't required and won't hurt anything if you choose not to and just do a normal 5-7k or whatever cycle.Does anybody of you did an oilchange after the car broke in? lets say 500-800 miles
Thanks for the info, thats good to knowI did the first oil change @ 2k miles, and I will be switching to Amsoil at 7,500. This is the same way I did my 97 Crown Victoria, and that motor is still running with 400k miles. (with 15-20k interval drains)
They claim our engines are run-in at the factory, this may very well be true. But It wont hurt anyone if you give it a little extra time for everything to finish working in.
Maintenance package for tires? Like new tires or just rotating and balancing? Guessing the latter.My dealer threw in a Maint package for tires and oil every 7500 for 3 years/36K. They also offer the first change for free as a courtesy. So withing my 10,500 mile lease I can do one every 5,000 miles. Otherwise it would be 7500. Good to have a dad who works at a Ford dealer that set me up.