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Old 08-13-2014, 04:13 PM   #21
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Can I ask WHY.

Is it so hard to follow the Ford maintanence manual. 7500 mile intervals and that is using conventional oil. Synthetic is good for at least 10K miles maybe 15K with filter changes in between.
I have a V6 but my manual states every 5K and it also uses synthetic. I find it odd they say 5K and then have an oil monitoring function that says the oil is still fine at 5K. Makes no sense to me.

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Just as i expected when i dropped it off at the dealer today, service manager told me everyrthing was fine and the tick is normal. He also mentioned i was not the only one, he has seen many 2011+ mustangs coming in with the tick.
No, it is not normal, I don't care what they say. I had a Cadillac STS with the Northstar that used a quart of oil every 1K miles and GM always claimed it was within normal usage. But we all know that's BS. Ford is probably using the same logic.

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