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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Usually the owners manual will have a diagram of the fuse panel.
But if you can not find a diagram, then pull them out and check them one at a time.
If you find a bad one, replace it. You never know. You could have more than one fuse burned
out and not even know it!
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
nazof is exactly right. Totally disregard emissionwiz and clint_carter. I have the exact same vehicle and have changed the oil and filter myself. The filter is located right in the middle, almost up against the firewall, after you pop the plastic engine cover. You must twist off a plastic cap and then pull the filter (a cartridge type) straight up and out. There are two replacement rubber rings that should come with your replacement filter. One goes on the plastic cap (just above the screw threads) and the other much smaller one goes at the end of a plastic rod that is connected to the cap.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
Just push up on the plastic front side. It is held in place by what I call "lock and pops" little metal spikes with ball on the end of them. The oil filter is at the back of the engine (center). Don't forget to use only synthetic 5-20W.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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