Originally Posted by DaYanks4Ev
Haha idk how they did it. All I know is there was no leak and I parked my car in the garage the night I got the oil change. Next morning there was a puddle under my car. I took it back in and said you just changed the oil and they said sorry $420 bucks.
If your getting a puddle overnight, then you need to get it resealed. You'll need to undo engine mounts, jack up the motor and support it, then remove four of the six cross member bolts, loosening the top two but not removing, undo and then pull the pan out. Clean the surface real good the apply some new rtv black silicone gasket maker then reassemble. Its not fun or easy and requires some specialty tools, hence the 400 dollars in labor.
That being said, if you can pinpoint the leak, and it is minor, you can clean the area with brake cleaner to remove oil residue and apply some rtv silcone over the leak. This is a band aid so to speak, but you really should get the leak fixed the right way by pulling the pan.