Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Uhh..RH thread. compare the hole in the old one to the hole in the new one. use the same finger to compare. be sure she's kinda warm before starting this exercise. theres always a possibility of a quality control problem at the filter plant. but, still, 4 in a row? recheck for correct part number. or, try another filter brand. lookup by application. be sure not to double gasket. lube the new gasket with clean eng. oil. spin clockwise till filter contacts engine, threading on. then hand tighten 3/4 turn. complete the rest of the service and fill engine with specified # of quarts. startup, watch light. if light for oil goes out, leave running and go make visual inspection of your handiwork
Posted on Apr 08, 2014
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