Did my first oil change today.

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  1. Deputydog

    Deputydog Gold Member

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    Purchased my Chally Hellcat on Friday in Chicago, spent 2 1/2 days driving her back home to Washington. Never had any problems and was a fun trip!

    Decided to get the first oil change in today, I had already purchased the Penzoil Ultra HD 0w40. So I pulled it into the shop, getting it on the lift was a bit trick because it sits low. Once I got it up in the air it was pretty straightforward. Remove belly pans, drain oil, change filter, drain cooler and torque to spec.

    Oil looked good, didn't see anything concerning.

    Next up... Window Tint tomorrow!
     
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    At least you got a hoist. Congrats on the car!
     
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    Carnage SRT Hellcat Supercharged Moderator Staff Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member HCC Charter Member

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    Superb officer DD! Can't wait to see your window tints next
     
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    What kind of lift do you have? Your the second guy that said it was hard to get the lift arms under the Hellcat. I've got a Mowhawk System 1 10K two post. I actually have about 1 1/2 inches between my lift pads and the car when I slide the arms in... I don't consider my lift ultra low either...
     

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