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How is the best way to remove the oil filter on my 92 s-15 Jimmy? I'm having trouble getting to it.

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After you have the hood open, locate your oil cap and remove it to release any pressure in the system. For the next part you will need a flat head screw driver, a socket wrench and set of sockets, and an oil pan or something to store the used oil in.

Begin by sliding the oil pan underneath the truck and back. Because your GMC Jimmy has higher suspension there should be no need to lift the suv up on jack stands. Lay on your back and slide underneath until you are about midway underneath. Locate the oil pan, and the oil pan plug. The plug will look like a small bolt head. Position the oil pan underneath the plug. Next, taking your socket wrench and, using the appropriately sized socket, loosen the oil plug and remove it. At this point you may get a little dirty because the old, used oil will come out.

After the old oil has finished draining put the plug back in, but only tighten it down hand tight. Next move forward under the vehicle until you are just below the front bumper. There will be a small black door at a horizontal angle with a screw holding it in place. Taking your flat head screw driver twist it until the door swings open.

Now you have access to the old oil filter. To remove the oil filter reach in and twist it counter clock wise. If the oil filter will not move with your hand try using a piece of light grit sandpaper for extra grip. You may need to purchase an oil filter wrench.

After removing the old oil filter take the new filter from its box, ensure that the black rubber gasket is in place at the end of it and rub a small amount of the old oil around the gasket. This helps to ensure that the new gasket will seal to the car. After tightening down the oil filter close the door.

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Oil capacity for a 1994 GMC Jimmy SLE


this engine takes about 5 quarts with filter after a hot drain, add 4 quarts and then run and top off, remember to fill the oil filter up before installing to prevent "dry" start up, u can use 5W-30 or 10W-30, either will work, in summer or hot climates use 10W-30, never use a heavier oil.

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