I had my oil changed again, at 30k miles at the oil change place I work. They brought me under the car, and showed me an oil that had pooled on the metal piece in front of the oil pan. There was no leaks from the pan or the filter, or even the oil pan. It looked like it might be coming from the A/C compressor.
I brought it to the dealer, and told them that I had a leak, didn't know where it was coming from. This is a new dealer for me, as we moved two months ago.
The next day, I call them, and they say "it was leaking from the drain plug, you are good to go, and it's fixed". I told them that this wasn't the case, I checked my oil level before bringing it to them, and it was full. They said "it was low according to the tech". My wife picked it up, and they tried to charge her $70 for the oil change. I told them i would pick up the next day, but I wasn't paying for it and I would call customer care.
They gave the car to my wife and didn't charge her. When I got home, I checked the oil level, and guess what, it's over full. I brought it back to work, and looked underneath, and they wiped the oil where it was pooling, and there was oil wiped off on the pan, which I believe it might have looked like it was leaking from the pan. Also, I have a pic attached showing where I think the leak might be coming from.
What does everyone think? Is it coming from the compressor. Didn't have an issue like this with my Gen 1. I'm absolutely bringing it back because of the overfill.