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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fuel filter location
The oil filter is in an aluminum cylinder on the engine. It is not a "spin on" filter, it is now a cartridge-type filter. When you get one, make sure that you use the new o-rings provided in the filter box. The fuel filter is in the tank. Hope this helps, the graciousness of a FixYa rating would be appreciated. Thanks.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
OK ON YOUR SPEEDOMETER, THERES TRIP A, TRIP B, AND THE REGULAR ODMO... U NEED TO PUT IT ON TRIP A (WITH THE KEY OFF) ONCE U GET IN ON TRIP A, PUSH AND HOLD THE BUTTON DOWN,WHILE HOLDING BUTTON DOWN TURN KEY ON, YOU WILL SEE LINES POP UP ON THE ODOMETER, (WHERE THE MILES ARE DISPLAYED) THEY WILL GO OUT ONE BY ONE, ONCE IT STATES 0 YOU ARE GOOD TO GO.. GOOD LUCK AND THANK YOU FOR USE FIXYA.COM..KEITH..
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
I just changed my oil on my RAV4 V6 and the first thing is you are not looking for the regular canister but a oil housing like on the old farm tractors. You just replace the inside filter cartridge. The canister is in front on the engine on the passenger side. Use a 3/8 socket to open the bottom and drain. Next use a oil filter cap wrench to remove the housing. Actully this is a less messy than my chevy and more "green."
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
yeah they will say that and it may be your last choice but I know it is in the front of the engine and you need a long extension and ratchet handle and a claw type filter wrench to get it. Worth investing in if your going to do it all the time yourself. but prob not for one time.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
SOURCE: 2008 toyota corolla
Should have to turn off the key, press the odometer reset button, while holding it down, turn ignition on, not starting the car, wait for the light to reset, or show counting down in the odometer.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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