Question about 2001 Porsche Boxster
Really easy but you need a couple of tools but they're cheap. The drain plug requires a 10mm hex allen head socket and the filter is the cartridge style that is easier to remove if you have a strap style filter wrench. Once you have these, all you need to do is remove the plug, have a big tray, 9 quarts in the engine. Then remove the housing that holds the filter, pull out the old filter, stick the new one in and replace the housing, hand tight. Everything is easily accessible underneath the engine, it may help to jack the back up a little.
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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