Had the car's first oil change today at 4011 miles on the odometer.
The ICE has about 3k miles, the other being EV.
The oil level on the dipstick was down about 1/4 from the 'full' level.
A friend's shop did the work and they let me watch and walk under the car while it was on the hoist.
I printed out jeff_h's oil change guide from the original post just to follow along as they did the work. Thanks Jeff!
This was my tech's second '13 FFH so he was up on the procedures.
Besides the Torx screws my car has two additional 'clips' on the outboard front sides of the panel, removed by a screwdriver slipped under them.
I was glad that I had the oil changed.
While the mod one eyeball is not an official test method the oil looked just a trifle dirty to me, compared to fresh oil.
I know they run these engines before installing them in the cars but I don't think an old time 'break-in' oil change can hurt.
I used to change the oil at 500 and 1000 miles on a new car, so this is late for me.
For me, who has owned rear wheel drive vehicles for the last 25 years, it was interesting to look at.
One thing I noticed was the single exhaust pipe w/Cat running down the center line of the car.
The area under the cabin is well shielded from heat by a layer of AL heat matting, no hot floorboards in this car.
The suspension looks robust and the underside is streamlined for airflow.
I re-set the Oil Life to 100% using the left display when we were done.
I can stop worrying about it for a long while now.
I did have the shop note the type of oil and filter I provided on the job receipt, in case Ford wants to know at some later date.