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ist , i would follow the advice from your owners manual, if you have one, if you don't , then look ont the oil cap, [ this is where the oil is poured into and see if there is information on it, [example ] 5w/30 or 5w/ 20, or what ever it says, then i would use what it calls for. if it does not say anything, then you should call your local dodge dealership and ask the question to the service dept.
It's not too hard but you won't break anything. The owners manual says how to do it too. Turn the key to run ( don't start it) press the M button repeatly till the sevice light is on. hold the button down and turn the key off. turn the key back on ( inside of ten seconds ) while still holding the M button down for a another second and then let up. after about 10 seconds it'll signal and show 10,000 miles to next service or 16,000 KM as your set. If your navigation button is on the steering wheel just pust it till it comes to reset oil life indicator and then pust the button on the instrument cluster that says reset.
Hello, Stand in front of the car with the hood open, on the front left side of the engine there is a cap with a large nut (3/4 I think). Loosen it (counterclockwise) inside you will find a paper element. Pull it out, note the top and the bottom, it should come out with the cap. The car (engine) has the element type filter not the canister type.
Ahhhhhh easy one. The oil filter cannister is located not below the engine but in that aluminum looking cannister on the left as you look at the motor from the top.
There's a cap with a nut looking thing holding it all together. undo the nut take off the cap and voila....there's the oil filter. Be sure you pay attention on how it goes together. there are two O-rings and a copper gasket to put back correctly.
Who wants oil spewing out of the oil filter cannister assembly when you're driving down the road and the oil is under 35 psi? Not you, because it will ruin your engine pronto.
the 2007 avalon has a cannister oil filter loof under the passenger front of the car youl see the oil pan and drain plug its just in front of the oil pan towards the front of the car its metal casing with a small square in the center thats where youl need a 3/8 exstension and ratchet to loosin the cap to change the gasket for the cap when you get your oil filter it comes with a small plastic piece so you can drain the oil out of the oil filter case, to change the oil filter itself you need a toyota specific oil filter tool to loosin(can get at any toyota dealer run about 20 bucks) take the filter out change the gasket around the case and thats it hope this helps
Oil filter location for a 2007 Pontiac G6. First open and lift the front hood of car. Its some what right from center on the engine about 9 inches from the radiator. All you will see is a black cap with black plastic nut in the center. You will have to buy a special tool to attach to your socket wrench to remove the cap. Turn it counter clockwise to remove it. Inside is a filter attached to a plastic part and rubber o - ring. The filter is NOT enclosed in a metal casing. Remember how it is positioned as you take it out. Pull off the old filter. Remove the old o - ring. Place new o - ring in place. Place new filter on plastic part and place it back inside the engine. Make sure it is placed in the same way it came out. Screw on plastic cap by hand most of the way. The tighten with special tool and socket wrench clockwise, but not too tight. This is now complete. Now you can drain out the old oil from the oil pan underneath the car. Remove hex screw with long wrench for more leverage. One to 2 hours later place hex screw back in by hand and tighten with wrench. Now add about 4 1/2 quarts of 5W30 oil only. Check oil level on dip stick. Add more oil if necessary. Job complete!!!