Cadillac Oil Change Service

Cadillac Oil Change - Germain Cadillac of Easton

Having regular oil changes performed is one of the best ways to continue to enjoy years of reliable performance from your Cadillac vehicle. The primary function of engine oil is to protect the engine from harmful heat and friction by lubricating internal components. Keep your engine protected from potential damage and keep your engine running like the day it was new by having routine oil changes performed at Germain Cadillac of Easton.

Oil Change Offers

6-Quart ACDelco GM OE dexos1® Full Synthetic Oil Change and Tire Rotation

6-Quart ACDelco GM OE dexos1® Full Synthetic Oil Change and Tire Rotation


*Tire balancing, tax, and more than 6 quarts of oil extra. Excludes diesel engines. See owner's manual for specific oil grades recommended by vehicle model.

EXPIRES: 01/28/2024

8-Quart ACDelco GM OE dexos1® Full Synthetic Oil Change and Tire Rotation on most vehicles


*Tire balancing, tax and more than 8 quarts of oil extra. Excludes diesel engines and Corvettes. See owner's manual for specific oil grades recommended by vehicle model.

EXPIRES: 01/28/2024

Cadillac Oil Change

When Is the Right Time to Change My Oil?

Although it’s certainly true that driving conditions and habits can vary depending on the individual, you can rely on the team of experts at Germain Cadillac of Easton to keep your vehicle operating at peak performance. The best way to determine exactly how often your engine oil needs to be changed is to refer to your owner’s manual. Inside the manual, you’ll find the exact interval that’s recommended for your specific Cadillac model. Due to recent advancements in oil technology and in-vehicle oil life monitoring systems, oil change intervals today are much longer than they were in the past. While oil changes are needed less often, they are still equally as essential.

On several older Cadillac models, it’s recommended that you have your oil changed every 5,000 miles or every 6 months, whichever comes first. Most modern Cadillac vehicles are suggested intervals of 7,500 or even 10,000 miles. As a reminder, we recommend that you check your owner’s manual or your in-vehicle oil life monitoring system for additional information. Still not sure when your oil should be changed? Our team of friendly Cadillac service experts is standing by to give you the answer!

Tips for Identifying an Engine Oil-Related Issue

Having the ability to identify an oil-related problem can help you avoid causing serious damage to your engine and save you money in the long run. Listed below are two of the most common signs that there might be a potential problem with your engine oil.

Oil Warning

Oil Warning / Low Oil Pressure Light

In the event that you’ve spotted an oil warning light or a low oil pressure warning light on your dash, continuing to drive your vehicle can create the potential for serious damage to your engine. Your engine requires a fixed amount of oil in order to keep it properly lubricated and protected against damage. Should any of these lights appear on your dashboard, you should stop driving your vehicle as soon as it’s safe to do so. Contact our team at Germain Cadillac of Easton for further assistance.

Oil Spots

Oil Spots Beneath Your Vehicle

Have you spotted an oil stain or puddle of oil underneath your vehicle? This is when you should have one of our factory-certified Cadillac technicians inspect your vehicle to find the cause of this issue. Areas of your engine where oil can potentially leak from include the oil pan drain plug, oil pan gaskets, and valve cover gaskets. Remember, even the smallest oil leak can quickly turn into a massive problem that can cause a total loss of oil pressure and catastrophic engine damage.

Cadillac Oil Change Technician

Why Have Your Oil Changed at Germain Cadillac of Easton?

Our entire team of service professionals at Germain Cadillac of Easton is standing by to help keep your vehicle running at peak performance. We use Genuine GM oil filters along with engine oil that’s specifically formulated for use in your Cadillac vehicle. Our factory-trained Cadillac technicians understand the specifics of your vehicle better than anyone else. We take the time to thoroughly inspect and confirm that your engine is in good operating condition and ready for several more years of reliable performance.