Question about 2006 Chevrolet Impala
With the high cost of shop oil changes - at least $125 in our area, I want to do them myself. I've been trying to surf the net to get pictures or schemtatics as to where the oil filters are for t hese two rigs or other signifigant photos I need to get the job done. Can you help me?
Cottage Grove, OR
For your 2006 Impala, it would be on passenger side next to the ac condenser. It is on the bottom front of the engine. It might help if you can get under the front bumper lying down to visually confirm location.
For your 1998 Dodge Diesel, it would be on passenger side towards the back/bottom. Likewise, it might help if you can get under the front bumper lying down to visually confirm location but should also be visible looking down on the engine.
This is of course assuming that both vehicles still have the original designated engines.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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