Question about 1994 Suzuki Swift
At the bottom of the engine you will see the oil sump its like a tub with a screw that looks like a star you nedd some sort of bucket to catch the oil, make sure the engine is cool put the bucket underneath the sump then unscrew it make sure to catch the screw the oil will come out of the hole leave it for a while till oil is all out then locate oil filter unscrew this, this will want replacing with a new one. (get the new oil filter first then you will know witch one to take off from the engine) replace old for new , screw the screw back into the sump make sure you do this befors you put new oil in when it is in and new oil filter is on put new oil in to the mark on your dip stick and away you go.. hope this helps you. please put feed back on profile for me if this help you bye
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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