Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Capital Region, People's Republic of NY
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I understand about the OT and applaud your work ethic, but let's not be penny wise and pound foolish here.
Surely you can find a Wally World or Sears with an auto center, or, in a place the size of DFW, a dealer who's open until 9.
Do you have a gearhead friend? Pay him/her to come to your work or your place and change the oil for you. If the guy is unemployed, you'd be helping him out.
You can also buy everything you need to do it yourself for less than $25, slightly more if you want to run synthetic.
If none of that works for you, there are probably people who will come to your place in a van and change your oil in your parking lot. They do it for windshields, and I remember some people used to do "we come to you" oil changes.
Rule of thumb for me is that a MM of 15% means I have about 900 miles +/- until the thing runs to 0.
"Communication isn't what you say. It's what they hear." - Red Auerbach
2015 EX-L V6, Modern Steel/Black
2007 SE I4 5AT, Cool Blue, 77k
Also in the family:
2009 TSX, navy, auto
2015 Hyundai Santa Fe Ltd
2015 Crosstour V6, black
2013 Civic EX, gray
2014 Honda HRX217 (2)
2004 EX I4 5MT, Desert Mist, 175,552
2001 Accord EX I4 5MT, Satin Silver, oil slick at 86K
1999 EX-LV, Heather Mist, 146,567
1994 Accord LX I4 5 MT ABS, Malachite Green, 285k