Question about 1995 GMC Yukon
First, you will need to get underneath the truck and locate the oil pan. Turn and remove the bolt on the oil pan to release the oil (use a container to catch the old oil) Now, climb underneath the driver's side of the vehicle, beneath the engine, and locate the oil filter. The filter is a cylinder approximately six inches in length which extends from the side of the engine. Remove the oil filter and then replace it with a brand new one. After all of the oil has drained out, tighten the bolt and the locate the oil cap and remove it. Now add five quarts of oil into the engine
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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