Affordable Oil Change Service
in Pacific Beach, San Diego


Most 4-cylinder cars. Outstanding Customer Support. Bring Your Car To Us Today!

Oil Change Service in San Diego.

Directions to Chris's Auto Smog Repair Center
2920 Damon Avenue, Ste. C - D,
San Diego, CA 92109
Call Now: (858) 270-1888


  • Mon-Fri: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Sat: 8:00 Am - 3:00 PM
  • Sun: Closed

Fast Oil Changes in San Diego

If you live in San Diego and are looking for a quick and easy oil change, come to Chris's Auto Smog and Repair Center in Pacific Beach. Our customers have long raved about the quality of our car repairs and services, along with our outstanding customer support. If you want to bring your car in for an oil change or have any questions, contact us today by calling (858) 270-1888.

One of the very best things you can do for both the current and future health of your car is frequent oil changes. As your car gets older, making sure it is using high-quality oil that is effective and new can add years of driving to the vehicle. Chris's Auto Smog and Repair Center in San Diego specializes in oil changes, offering quick and quality service at an affordable price.

How Long Does an Oil Change Take?

The team at Chris's Auto Smog and Repair Center prides ourselves on always putting our customers first. That is why we try to get cars in and out of our repair shop as quickly as possible without sacrificing the quality that we have become known for. Typically, an oil change will take approximately 15 minutes if there are no unforeseen issues with the vehicle or oil change.

How Much is an Oil Change?

The cost of an oil change will vary based on a few factors, including the type of vehicle and the type of oil it requires to run best. However, in general an oil change should cost anywhere from $25 to $50. If you are interested in getting an exact quote, contact Chris's Auto Smog and Repair Center by calling (858) 270-1888.

How Often Should I Change My Oil?

In general, most vehicles can go anywhere from 3,000 miles to 5,000 miles before needing an oil change. However, this number can vary based on a couple of factors. The first factor is the vehicle's make and model. Each car runs differently, and usually the owner's manual will provide some kind of guide for when to change your oil. The second factor is how you drive and where you drive. Whether you typically drive on freeways, in the city, or in the suburbs can have an impact on when you are required to change your oil.