Question about 2000 Ford Focus
on the focus i believe it is on the passenger side of the engine block facing rearward about a foot higher than the crankcase(oil pan). It is very easy to access if you jack the passenger front side of the car up. Instead of jacking it up and relying on a jack while your under 1800 lbs i drive the right side of the car up onto a curb/sidewalk from a drive way entrance. This leaves plenty of room to get underneath and it is unlikely for the sidewalk to give out barring an earthquake. Also once you've removed the filter (I use a pair of old work gloves to get a good grip) make sure the rubber gasket hasn't come detached from the filter. If it has remove it from the flange where the filter goes or you will get leaks between the new filter and gasket and the old gasket. When installing the new filter open your jug of oil and slowly fill the new filter with oil this will take a couple of minutes. Also coat the new filters gasket liberally with new engine oil. Only install the new filter left hand tight meaning not too tight.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
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