oil leak after oil change at dealership

oil leak after oil change at dealership

Posted in the Chevrolet Equinox Forum

Nick

Indian Trail, NC

#1 Oct 24, 2013
I think the dealership has removed several bolts on engine block on my 2013 Equinox. I have pictures if anyone knows what the bottom passengerside of the engine should look like. There is oil coming from gaskets and fresh looking bolt holes without a speck of dust in them. It looks like something has been removed
narthur1

Melbourne, FL

#2 Dec 23, 2014
Nick wrote:
I think the dealership has removed several bolts on engine block on my 2013 Equinox. I have pictures if anyone knows what the bottom passengerside of the engine should look like. There is oil coming from gaskets and fresh looking bolt holes without a speck of dust in them. It looks like something has been removed
Number 1, never have the dealer change your oil. Take it to a quick lub place where you can watch them do it. Number two, your car is still covered under the warrantee. Bring it back to the dealer.

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