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Firestone Coupons: $19.99 Standard Oil Change & Filter,$10 Off + $10 Online Rebate on Coolant System Fluid Service and more

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Thanks, have to find out their installation cost on batteries and how these rate compared to the Kirkland one I'm considering.
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last time sears did oil change for $14.99... they said $14.99 promotion was only on Wednesdays...
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Ok my local Firestone said $15 to install. But Kirkland gives 100 month warranty, 36 month replacement, and 500 cold cranking for 69.99... I guess Firestone [firestonecompleteautocare.com]'s "Mega-tron II" battery sorta compares...but Costco has the better price and warranties, wish they did the install too. I read online "Johnson Controls makes Diehard (Sears), Duralast (AutoZone), Interstate, Kirkland (Costco), Motorcraft (Ford), and some EverStarts." so I guess they are comparable quality wise.. So I think I'll go learn how to install the battery myself. Can't be harder than replacing the wiper pump/motor on a BMW... right? LOL.
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How much does it usually cost to flush the coolant at firestone? that coupon knocks off 20 bucks.
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All the Firestone's in Chicagoland are trained to rip you off. I would stay away unless you broke down in front of one.
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Also remember that Firestones standard oil change is a SYNTHETIC BLEND oil, which makes it much better than most competitors similar coupons....you can find $20-25 oil changes at alot of places, but you wont get syn-blend for that price.
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Ok my local Firestone said $15 to install. But Kirkland gives 100 month warranty, 36 month replacement, and 500 cold cranking for 69.99... I guess Firestone [firestonecompleteautocare.com]'s "Mega-tron II" battery sorta compares...but Costco has the better price and warranties, wish they did the install too. I read online "Johnson Controls makes Diehard (Sears), Duralast (AutoZone), Interstate, Kirkland (Costco), Motorcraft (Ford), and some EverStarts." so I guess they are comparable quality wise.. So I think I'll go learn how to install the battery myself. Can't be harder than replacing the wiper pump/motor on a BMW... right? LOL.
Installing a battery takes about 5 minutes. I'd do it myself in the parking lot, then take the old battery back in to be recycled.
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Installing a battery takes about 5 minutes. I'd do it myself in the parking lot, then take the old battery back in to be recycled.
Thanks for the vote of confidence. found this vid [youtube.com] that helped too, should be easy on my old Civic. No fancy alarms etc to worry about.
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The oil change does not include the disposal fee of $2.50.
Also, the reminder sticker they put on the windshield it says next change due in 3000miles (I thought the synthetic blends would do more than that).
(Manufacturer recommended is 5000)
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is this a good coupon for brake pads?

http://www.firestonecompleteautoc...cac_brakes
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Also remember that Firestones standard oil change is a SYNTHETIC BLEND oil, which makes it much better than most competitors similar coupons....you can find $20-25 oil changes at alot of places, but you wont get syn-blend for that price.
How much of the blend is actually synthetic?
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Thanks for the vote of confidence. found this vid [youtube.com] that helped too, should be easy on my old Civic. No fancy alarms etc to worry about.
It is fairly easy. I too bought battery for my civic 2000 from Costco, looked up online and changed the battery in 5-10 mins. The only problem I had was that I didn't have the right spanner, borrowed it from my neighbur Smilie
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is this a good coupon for brake pads?

http://www.firestonecompleteautoc...cac_brakes
Check what is their full price. I had my civic 2000 brake pads replaced for around $99.99 + taxes with $30 off coupon last year, when the regular price was 129.99. When I shopped around at that time, no one else came closer to that price.
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Time for an oil change...
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