my wife's Toyota Solara '04 has 60k miles on it and does a 110 mile round trip 5 days a week to downtown Houston so a ton of stop and go traffic, it is still barely over the FULL mark and we needed to get the oil changes 1327 miles ago, my jk has 39k on it and i am 20 miles over for an oil change (going today) I had to put two quarts in it just to be able to take it in, maybe instead of changing the oil I should just start changing the filter and a quart every week or so as it needs it like my grand dads 78 ford truck with 238k on a 460 that drank propane like it was lemonade on the 4th of July! freakin' crap American made vehicles.
I'm sort of glad that I got the lifetime power train warranty, but I don't see it covering the burnt up engine since when I asked about it to the service manager he stated that it is our responsibility to maintain fluid levels. Well hell if I knew I was going to be under the damn hood this much i sure in the hell wouldnt have bought the damn thing in the first place! the cummins drinking vegetable oil that I screwed up trading for this thing didnt burn any oil and this thing shouldn't either. I may call the chrysler complaint line just so I can have it on the record that my jk burns this much oil in case i have to go down that road.
sorry morning vent/rant over, bad mood already this morning because I have to go to the dealer to water test my top that they made leak by replacing all the seals when I told them not to and to only replace the foam pads that were either missing or worn out. The retards replaces all the rubber seals except the front one on the windshield so the freedom tops sit like a 70's pick up all jacked up high in the back, I had to use a rag and a pair of channel locks to loosen the freedom top bolts, no damage thank god. But they are trying to say the front w.s one was replaced (It now has the famous leak over the radio)
and I swore to him it wasn't because when I noticed the leak a few days after their work from rain i removed the panels and 303'd the heck out of them and the w.s. rubber had old dirt/dust build up that took a ton of rubbing to get out and the fact that the 3 indentions were at both latch points in the rubber seal from the soft top. So that will be the war today at the dealer. Get this of all freaking things i had to put the soft top on so the water would stop leaking over the radio!
So know I finally have the hard top back on and going in to be violated, sorry for the long vent thank you and have a wonderful day!