I would take it to the dealership for just the lube job; no oil change. Point out that it has the high number of zerks. The grease should be a NGLI group LB and GC which is suitable for chassis and wheel bearings.thanks for the replies guys! on a side note, which franchise or lube place would you recommend where they will grease everything properly?
thanks for the replies guys! on a side note, which franchise or lube place would you recommend where they will grease everything properly?
i believe my truck has like 11-12 grease fittings on the front end and i am 99.9% sure the people at the gm dealership never grease them up. seems like it should be included with an oil change. so ill be going to an oil change soon and do you guys know if greasing is included? or do i have to book a different service so they grease everything? and how do i even know if they grease everything in the end? like i can see the ball joints but its hard to see idler and pitman etc
Oil changes are loss leaders for almost all dealerships. Why would they lube 11 fittings for no extra charge?