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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: changing the oil
You are looking for a cylindrical canister.
It may be up towards the front of the engine and easier to access from underneath. Once you find it you want to get a good grip on it and spin it until you can get at least a half turn out of it.
Now remove your filler cap found on the top of your engine.
At the lowest part of your Engine oil pan you will find a plug. It will most likely be a 15mm. Get your drain pan ready and remove that plug. Let it drip for a few minutes. Now remove your oil filter and let it drain into your drain pan.
Get out your new filter and lightly lubricate the rubber ring on it with a coat of clean oil. Screw it onto the engine and hand tighten it.
Replace your oil pan plug. Make it nice and snug, be sure not to wrench down on it too much, it is easy to strip out a drain plug. You really don't want to turn an oil change into an oil pan and gasket replacement. That would ****.
Check your operators manual for the correct type of oil (most likely 5w20) your filler cap should also have that information on it. Put about 4.5 Quarts of oil into it and check your oil. You will notice there is a Low and High line on your dip stick. Most likely there will be hash marks. This is a range. If your oil level is between the bottom and the top of your dipstick hash marks, then your oil level is good. Be sure not to over or under fill your engine with oil. It will result in serious damage.
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
Use a 5w30 oil and the filter the parts person and/or book says to use for that car.
Don't use Fram oil filters. use the cheapest filter that is not fram and any name brand oil that is 5w30.
Autozone has a deal right now for 5qts of oil and a filter for $13
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
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