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I just drained the oil out of the engine,, I know I have done the oil change before,,, do you think I can find the dam filter to change it,,,,??? No,, Where the hell is it..???

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Right behind the bumper under the front of the car there are the two screws that hold the access panel in place. I think the access panel says oil filter on it.

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How often should I change the Transmission fluid, normal driving ? Thank you Gary


It's listed in your owner's manual. Schedule A is normal driving conditions.
SCHEDULE "A"
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any parts store can help with information.

I will give you step by step too.

1. raise hood and remove oil cap
2. chock wheels so car will not roll backward over you.
3. place drain pan under oil pan and remove plug from bottom of oil pan.
4. after oil has drained out slie pan under oil filter and remove oil filter.
5. dip finger in quart of oil and rub oil on ruber gasket on new oil filter.
6. fill new oil filter with oil if it is not sideways when installed.
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I need to know how to change the oil


Changing oil is really easy and i do not know if you have done this before so i will walk you threw compleatly. step1 jack the vehicle up and support it with jackstands before you get underit.
Step 2. Get a good oil Drain pan
3. remove the plug on the bottom of the oil pan and drain the oil in to the drain Pan caution make sure engine is not hot as the oil will burn you severaly.
4. locat your oil filter and remove and alow do drain in drain pan
5 grab the new filter and put a light coat of oil on to the gasket and screw on to your engine as tight as you can by hand now grab the oil filter wrench and turn only 1/4 of a turn tighter.
6. install drain plug back into engine oil pan and tighten down with wrench.
7 fill engine with proper oil viscosity example 5w-30 and the proper amount both can be found in owners manual.
8. start engine and look for leaks if no leaks are presant take car of of jack stands and enjoy you Well done job
hope you find this usefull
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Thank you
Aaron ASE Master Technician

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