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Diy Engine Oil Change-simple steps done in 30 mins.

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Diy Engine Oil Change-simple steps done in 30 mins.

Post  SARIPDOL BODYKIT on Wed Nov 24, 2010 2:34 pm

For those who likes to DIY or just wanto save some money n time, u can DIY oil change. It is not hard at all... U just need some proper tools.. dats it... Only takes about 30mins to complete...

Tools needed:
1. 2 tonne jack
2. 17mm wrench
3. Oil filter wrench/opener
4. Oil container

When u wanto change oil... go n get ur engine oil and the oil filter 1st...


Steps:
1. Jack up ur car with the 2 tonne jack. Make sure ur car is steady n firm.


2. Remove oil cap. Place a container below the oil pan.


3. Loosen the bolt with the 17mm wrench. Remove it.

4. Let the oil drain into the container.


5. Place the container under the oil filter as well. Remove the oil filter n pour out the oil.


6. Apply a thin film of oil onto the new oil filter gasket before putting it place.


7. Tighten it by hand only.


8. When the oil has totally drained off, out back the bolt in place and tighten it back real tight.


9. Now you can pour in the new engine oil. Pour approximately 3/4 oil from the bottle.


10. Check the level n top up if necessary.

11. Put back the oil cap in place and check for oil leak at the bolt n oil filter. If leak means the bolt or filter not tighten properly.

12. Done!

for my used oil... i keep them in a empty engine oil bottle... will send it to my mech next time i repair my car...

anyway.. this is a nice DIY... happy DIYing!! cheers!
-Done by KHGUAN (WAC)
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