Asked on Jun 5, 2010
This is what I heard on most European cars (Mercedes, BMW, etc.) you must take the filter element from the first, because it is a half a liter of oil is sitting inside the case, that will drain down into the pan, if you do this ...
Asked on May 30, 2010
It is a Chrysler Town and country,
and my friends mom thinks it is alright to just add new oil where it says engine oil, without draining the oil, or changing the oil filter.
and she did it even though i tol her not to, causing the "engine ...
Asked on May 27, 2010
I recently put the wrong oil filter on my 2002 chrysler sebring, while changing the oil. I was wondering if i want to switch oil filters do i have to drain the oil again? or just twist off the oil filter and replace it?
Asked on Jun 1, 2010
I have a Toyota Camry 1989. It is leaking oil so I put about a quart in every month. The oil is therefore pretty clean, but it's time to change the filter. Is it possible to change the filter without draining the oil? How? (I'm assuming ...
Asked on Jun 26, 2010
I'm a 53 year-old female and I found my oil filter, but it is two feet down from the hood and there is an oil pan beneath it. I have to change the oil too. I don't know if I'm supposed to remove the oil pan ...
Asked on May 29, 2010
Was changing the oil in my car. Removed the oil filter from the bottom near the oil pan. When I went back to put in a new oil filter, I could not locate the correct place.
Where does it go? A picture would be ...
Asked on Jun 4, 2010
I have to change my oil filter and I found it but it is two meters deep. There is a huge oil pan underneath it and it does not seem to be accessible from below. I'm sure I can get to the oil filter off with ...
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