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How do i change oil and filter in toyota estima

There are two ways of changing the oil, and both involve running the engine until hot first.

Firstly, don't forget to have the spares (this includes enough oil to fill the sump -- find this quantity in the vehicle's instruction-book --and filter) and the necessary tools (oil-filter remover belt or long, thick screwdriver, sump-plug key and bowl) to hand.

The first way is to put a bowl which will contain enough to hold the lubricant under the sump and carefully releasing the sump plug. Do wear plastic (not rubber, as these dissolve in oil) whilst you're doing this as used oil can be carcinogenic. Now (remember the engine is hot), carefully loosen the sump plug. Put the bowl underneath the sump and remove the sump plug. It is more important to avoid the boiling oil than to catch the sump plug, which can be fished out later, when cool. Once cool, remove the bowl and replace the sump plug.

The second way is to go to a garage which offers free oil changes (you only buy the oil) and they will put a tube down your dipstick aperture and vacuum the oil out. This is not as good as allowing the oil to drip through the sump drain hole.

Now remove the oil filter using the strap or by piercing the old filter with a screwdriver and using that as a lever and turning the filter anticlockwise.

Put a little oil on the seal of the new filter and screw this onto the seating by hand. DO NOT TIGHTEN BEYOND HAND-TIGHT.

Refill the sump with the manufacturer's recommended type and quantity of clean oil, though there may be a little residual oil in the engine, so do check before overfilling. Do not overfill.

Put a piece of sticky paper in the driver's door jamb with the date and mileage at which you changed the oil and filter.

Feb 14, 2015 | Toyota Cars & Trucks

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I know my K94-Y-II dingo mini digger needs to be serviced every 200hrs though i dont know how to service the engine ie: where the sump plug is and how to remove the oil from the engine ! Can any one please...

One way to remove oil from a sump with difficult access is to run a small bore suction pipe down the dipstick. It takes a while but a number of new cars are now coming without sump plugs to alleviate spillage and ground contamination. Its suck it and see, or at least pump it out and see. A small power drill pump and a bit of ingenuity should suffice.

May 17, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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How do I access oil filter & drain plug

remove sump guard drian plug a little to the rear of sump .oil filter half way up engine block ,hope all goes well

Mar 24, 2014 | 2002 Land Rover Freelander

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I have a ridged generator, and my nephew put brake fluid oil instead of regular oil into it.

You have a problem. Drain out the oil . leave out the plug to drain out as much as possible. Get some flushing oil from a lubrication retailer. Remove the spark plug. Replace the sump plug and fill with the flushing oil. Spend around 10 minutes pulling the starter cord or run the starter motor if you have one. Drain the sump and leave out the sump plug until there is no more draining out.. Repeat the procedure again. Replace the sump plug and fill with the recommended proper oil. Replace the spark plug and run for around 5 minutes no load. Drain out the sump oil and refill with the engine oil.. The major problem that brake oil is a vegetable based oil and reacts badly with mineral when heated . IF you have successfully managed to flush out all trace of the brake fluid and there has been no damage to the bearings and cylinders then you are lucky. If however there is signs of contaminated sump oil ( thick---lumpy---black- tarry) you may have to full the engine down and clean out everything.

Aug 21, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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I added a quart of oil to my mitsubishi eclipse and overnight it all leaked.Could seafoam in crankcase have caused it

please explain a bit more please ,seafoam ?? if it has leaked oil overnight then it has a crack in the sump or the sump plug is loose .,check oil level correctly ,was their oil under the engine ??

Dec 09, 2010 | Mitsubishi Eclipse Cars & Trucks

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I wish to service my Sedona but I can't find the sump plug.

under the engine,the sump has an 8"square lower pan,it is on the base of this lower pan that you will find the plug.
renew the washer when replacing the plug,do NOT reuse tho old washer.

Jul 27, 2010 | 2002 Kia Sedona

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Focus sump plug

try to see if they have your car listed for diagrams pictures and step by step instructions if your car is not listed then try your local library they have all the car manuals and even copy them for you

Mar 21, 2009 | 2003 Ford Focus

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16 valve zetec engine

should be located at rear of sump beside exhaust area you'll see i its a 13mm sump plug.

Mar 07, 2009 | 1998 Ford Escort

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