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Old 07-07-2016, 08:10 PM   #1
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Are there different "The Works" packages?

I know there's a standard "The Works" package for an oil change. The standard price for this is $39.99.

I got a few coupons from my dealership today that says "The Works Fuel Saver Package." The coupon says that it's a "$39.99 value," but I can get it for $29.99. There is no mail in rebate required for this deal; I just need to show the coupon. The Fuel Saver Package includes "oil change (up to 5 quarts); tire rotation and pressure check, brake inspection & multipoint inspection; fluid top-off & battery check; filter, belts, and hoses check."

First question: what's the difference between "The Works" and "The Works Fuel Saver Package?" The items that are listed in the Fuel Saver Package are basically what the standard Works includes. I don't see any difference.

Second, would this mail in rebate also work on the Fuel Saver Package?


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When I went there was a normal oil one and for $20 more a synthetic oil one. I picked normal one. Not paying $20 more for oil In a throw away car.

And everything you listed comes with both packages.only difference is the price is saving your pockets money.



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Old 07-07-2016, 08:53 PM   #3
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When I went there was a normal oil one and for $20 more a synthetic oil one. I picked normal one. Not paying $20 more for oil In a throw away car.

And everything you listed comes with both packages.only difference is the price is saving your pockets money.



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Lol, I wasn't referring to synthetic vs the synthetic blend oil. But it's good to know that the synthetic is *only* $20 more!

EDIT: both packages provide the synthetic blend option.
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Lol, I wasn't referring to synthetic vs the synthetic blend oil. But it's good to know that the synthetic is *only* $20 more!

EDIT: both packages provide the synthetic blend option.
I asked that and was told I was getting conventional oil unless I pay $20 more. Oh well.

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Old 07-07-2016, 10:38 PM   #5
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I asked that and was told I was getting conventional oil unless I pay $20 more. Oh well.

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Whoa, didn't know they were still doing that!
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Whoa, didn't know they were still doing that!
Maybe she was wrong. I went to quick lane instead of a actual Ford dealership service bay.

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I asked that and was told I was getting conventional oil unless I pay $20 more. Oh well.

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It should be factory Motorcraft synth blend OEM spec oil.

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Don't do that. Always go to the Ford dealership service bay. If you're taking it to Quick Lane you might as well just take it to the Valvoline or any other "quick" change place.
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This is why it's easier to just change your own oil.


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I just did mine, the difference is that with the coupon you get $10 off and they check your car, the regular "the works" is just an oil change I believe and tire rotation


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I did the "the works fuel saver"


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