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2001 sts How do I replace the oil filter?

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IF THE OIL FILTER WON'T COME OFF WITH THE OIL FILTER WRENCH PUNCH A LARGE SCREW DRIVER COMPLETLY THROUGH TO THE OTHER SIDE. AND TURN IT LIKE A VICE. IT WILL TURN ENOUGH THAT YOU CAN TURN IT THE REST OF THE WAY WITH YOUR HAND.

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