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Crankcase drain plug.

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How can I change the car oil


Basic procedure for almost all vehicles:
Warm engine to operating temperature. (Hot oil drains more quickly and more completely) Raise vehicle enough to crawl under it on your back (secure with wood blocks or jack stand so it doesn't slip off jack) set parking brake to avoid roll. Get a suitable container for used oil, (at least 5QT capacity) Locate oil pan, will have a plug with a bolt head on it on bottom corner of pan. (usually middle bottom of the engine in location) Loosen and remove oil plug being careful not to get hot oil on your hand. (gloves recommended) Locate oil filter on either underside or toward the side of engine. Remove oil filter with oil filter wrench. (they are usually on too tight to remove by hand) Allow to drain thoroughly for about 10 minutes. Coat new oil filter gasket with fresh motor oil. Screw oil filter on until contact with housing , then an additional 1/4 turn. Replace oil plug. Tighten to 45 ft lbs, or pretty tight, do not over tighten. Lower vehicle. (On level ground) Fill engine with correct weight oil (probably 10W-30W for yours) 4 QTS. Remove oil check dipstick and wipe. Start motor, allow to run for 30 seconds to fill up oil filter and circulate well. Shut off engine, wait 1 minute for oil to drain back into the oil pan, then check oil level with dipstick. Add more as needed to reach full mark on dipstick. (4.5 QTS for V6, 5 QTS for V8 usually) DO NOT OVERFILL! Start motor, check for leaks under vehicle. If ok, you are done. I use the 5QT containers of oil (cheaper too) and then put used oil back into empty container and take to a recycling station for disposal.

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General Tso's Tofu


Here is an amazing tofu recipe that i found online and unfortunately can\'t find the website where i copied it from. But it makes this (in my opinion) unflavored food taste like heaven.



Ingredients:


For the Tofu:
1 package of tofu
1 tbs arrowroot
3 tbs gluten-free, low-sodium tamari
1 tbs fresh ginger, grated or 1 tsp. ground
1-2 tbs canola or peanut oil


For the Sauce:
1 tbs sesame oil
1/4 cup gluten-free, low-sodium tamari
1 tbs arrowroot
1 tbs fresh ginger, grated or 1 tsp. ground
3 tbs honey
2 tbs hot sauce (optional)
1 tbs canola oil or peanut oil
4-5 scallions, thinly sliced
4 cloves garlic, minced
Sesame seeds, for garnish


Instructions:
Cut the tofu into cubes. In a shallow bowl, combine the arrowroot, tamari and ginger. Whisk until smooth. Add the tofu and toss to coat.
Let the tofu marinate for at least half an hour, the longer the better.
When the tofu has marinated, heat 1 tbs of canola or peanut oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat.
Add the tofu to the skillet and cook until golden brown on all sides, about 4 minutes per side. Remove the tofu from the skillet and set aside.
Wipe out the skillet because you’re going to use it again.
In a large measuring cup or bowl, combine the sesame oil, tamari, arrowroot, ginger, honey and hot sauce, if using. Whisk until smooth. Set aside.
Heat the canola oil or peanut oil in the skillet over medium heat. Add the scallions and garlic and cook until fragrant, about 2-3 minutes.
Add the sauce to the skillet and let it cook until it thickens a bit. If it gets too thick, add some water.
Add the tofu to the skillet and toss to coat in the sauce and reheat the tofu.
Sprinkle some sesame seeds over the dish when ready to serve.
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Download the service manual located at the address below and follow the instructions in the manual.
http://www.martindiesel.com/Documents/New%20TNV%20DIRECT%20Service.pdf
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It's a crankcase drain plug.
Almost everyone ignores it.
About the only time you'd use it is to drain the last little bit of oil before pulling the motor to split the cases.

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  • 5 Once all the oil is drained from the engine, install a new drain plug along with a new aluminum sealing washer. Tighten the drain plug to 37 lbs .

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    Make sure you have 5 quarts of good quality motor oil (I prefer Mobil 1 Synthetic 5W30 but you don't have to use that if you don't want) and an oil filter. The oil filter has to be one designed specifically for your year/make/model vehicle...Champion PH51A is a good example of what will fit your vehicle.

    Now, the first step is to run the motor for about 10 minutes to warm it up then let it sit for a minute or two to let the oil settle back into the oil pan. Jack the front of the vehicle up so that you can crawl underneath it...***do not leave it on the jack, use jackstands to support the vehicle***

    Next crawl under the vehicle and locate the oil pan drain plug (here is a hint, the oil pan is the square looking thing just before the transmission and the plug is near the back of the pan) put your oil collection container under the plug and slowly remove the plug...***be careful here, the oil is very warm***

    Let the oil drain into the container until you see just a few drops coming out then replace the plug and wipe the area down with a rag to prevent oil drips.

    Next, locate the oil filter (up by the front bumper you will see a small drop down panel, the oil filter is behind that, drop that panel down, place your oil collection container underneath and remove the oil filter ***there will be some oil that comes out of the port, let it drip out, do not turn the filter upside down until it is directly over the oil collection container***

    Next, get your new oil filter and put a thin coat of oil on the rubber gasket of the filter (this is accomplished by opening one of the quarts of fresh oil and simply dipping your finger in and rubbing around the gasket) screw the filter on and hand tighten it about 1/4 of a turn. Be sure to re-fasten the panel you dropped earlier.

    Now you can take your vehicle off the jackstands, simply jack the vehicle just enough to clear the stands, remove and slowly lower the vehicle until the wheels touch the ground. ***DO NOT START THE ENGINE***

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    Now, once the oil is in the engine, pull the dipstick, wipe it clean, reinsert, pull out and look at it, you should see the new oil on the stick. It doesn't hurt to get down on the ground and look to see if oil is leaking around the filter and the drain plug...right now it's a simple matter of tightening, much better than losing your engine later because the oil leaked out!

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    That's about it for an oil change, I know it sounds like a lot of work but once you do it, you will see it's really rather simple!

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