First oil sample on new engine ( '22 Rebel Ecodiesel ).
I changed the oil early ( 2,700 ) "out of an abundance of paranoia" as I noted on the slip I sent in with the oil sample. First time I've done an oil sample, ever. Learned about it on this forum. Being a data geek (I'm at a data scientist at work ) I couldn't resist ! I think it's a pretty typical report from what I've read, with metals and Silicon being high as the engine wears in.
By the way, the dealer made a mess of my truck doing the oil change. I found drips on the garage floor the next day. Sheesh ! That's why I didn't do it myself - I invariably make a mess, drop something, spill some, get it running down my arm, splash it over the engine. But when I pay for it, I kind of don't expect that to happen.
Admittedly on the Rebel there's a skid plate down there which perhaps they should drop ideally, but no doubt they have no patience for that.
Anyway, there was oil all over the skid plate and it was slowly dripping off. So I brought it back and asked them to clean it up. They were suitably apologetic and took care of it, albeit they didn't offer me the next oil change on the house which would have been nice (dream on, right? )
I bought a 3 oil change bundle from Mopar. I'm thinking maybe when that's done I'll just go ahead and get a Fumoto valve fitted and then I should be able to it myself without too much disaster, especially with the oil filter being accessible from the top.