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Stop Going to This Oil Change Shop Warns Mechanic

Here’s a recent warning about a particular oil change service chain car owners need to stop going to warns a mechanic who reveals a recent incident that ruined a customer’s Lexus.

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Quickie Lube Joint Warnings

Going to your local dealership for service and repair is risky enough; however, going to one of those quickie lube joints for something as simple as an oil change or tire rotation can be an even risker proposition because there is concern that hiring untrained minimum wage employees for technical work is a guarantee of incompetence and disaster.

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That was the message in a recent Scotty Kilmer YouTube channel video warning, as he tells viewers that a recent oil change mistake ruined a perfectly good Lexus. Worse yet, the mistake was not so much a mistake as it was some serious incompetence when the oil change tech had warning that something was amiss with the oil change performed.

Take just under the first 3 minutes of the video as a good reminder why you really should learn how to do your own oil changes or at the very least find a competent, trained mechanic you can trust to help you take proper care of your car.

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Stop Going to This Oil Change Shop Right Now

And finally…

For additional related articles about what can go wrong when you trust your car’s care in someone else’s hands, here are a few for your consideration:

Fast Lube Type Service Center Warning for New and Used Cars

Lube Service Leaves Customers Stranded on the Road Warning

Oil Change Failures: Expect the Unexpected

COMING UP NEXT: Common Hidden Problems When Your Car Hits a Curb

Timothy Boyer is a Torque News automotive reporter based in Cincinnati. Experienced with early car restorations, he regularly restores older vehicles with engine modifications for improved performance. Follow Tim on Twitter at @TimBoyerWrites for daily new and used vehicle news.

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