Nope, exactly 5. It takes about 5 min for the dipstick to read correctly and I think that's where some of this confusion lies.I have used wave on 2 jeeps never had a problem. Maybe our dealer is just better and with the 3 dealer competition have to be competent.
As for the 3.6 doesn't it use 5.5 quarts? So would have to bill 6.
Yup…started doing my own oil changes after my free ones were over. It’s really quite an easy task especially with the oil filter dropping in from the top. Enjoyable too…idk I like inspecting my oil after it’s in the pan.My '21 Hella only had 6K on it when I sold it after 2 months to Carvana. Thus it only had one dealer provided oil change at 5K. They slopped oil on the beauty cover and some underneath. Nothing major, but disappointing.
My '22 Hydro now has 12K and two dealer provided oil changes after 5 months. Both times things were left clean.
Interestingly tho, the first time the dipstick showed about 3/8" overfill.
The second time the level is dead nuts on.
I'll do the dealer route one last time, then it's all me, Pennzoil and Wix every 5K.
“Make it right on the next change”? If you’re getting free oil changes (jeep wave) then they should’ve given you a parts in-store credit for the amount of an oil change. If you had to pay, they should’ve given you a full or partial refund.Same horrible work also. Had 3 lug nuts that were finger tight. Had to torque them to spec NONE were even close. They used a cheap ass NAPA Gold filter NO Mopar. And finally overfilled the oil. Called the service manager and was he shocked this happened. He said they have a torque wrench in the service bay and it should have been done. They HAVE the Mopar filter in stock and does not know why the NAPA one was used. He said he will make it right on the next change. We will see.
Cmon man…if they can’t get the oil changes right…SMH.I have done all my own maintenance for the last 30 years. Figured I would take mine in for a free one…. I asked for 5 tire rotation, advisor didn’t put that on the service order so it wasn’t done. When I picked my Jeep up after it was completed the service ticket said 0w30 oil, I went back in and they assured me it was the correct 5w30. I get home and see they used an aftermarket filter.
Needless to say I have already changed the oil and filter and rotated my tires correctly. If nothing else my service history has the dealer doing one on it now.