Dealership Forgot to Fill Oil after Oil Change
I took the Jeep in for an oil change last week.
Yesterday I noticed a chime going off occasionally, but no lights came on.
Eventually, I noticed the oil lamp flash on for a very brief moment.
I checked the oil; dipstick was dry.
After adding 5 quarts, it's just below the bottom of the "safe" zone." It could probably take another 1/2 to full quart.
I called the dealership to discuss the issue, they asked for my odometer reading, which was about 2000 miles more than when I took it in last week for the oil change.
They said a quart every 750 miles is normal usage, I said bs, that is just an excuse for not filling it up.
So now what do I do? If I have engine issues down the road, I'm sure it will be because of them not filling it with oil.
There was no ticking or any indication of blue smoke from the exhaust, and no engine oil leaks.
This was my first oil change after I purchased it from them in August.
Also, how could this thing keep running with essentially no oil in it and why wouldn't the warning light come on way sooner?
Thanks in advance for any thoughts on this...