Asked on May 30, 2010
Can the oil filter be changed before draining the oil through the oil plug? Does the order matter? Or is this going to cause all the oil in the car to go through the oil filter? I wouldn't want that to happen.
What if ...
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 Nov 19, 2011
Las night by Fiancee and I changed the air filter and bulbs in his car, and the bonnet must've been left open a little bit, and it rained last night and now the car won't start.
I'm guessing water got into the engine, so can we save ...
Asked on Jul 2, 2010
1. Which of the following components prevents oil from draining out of an oil filter and back down to the oil pan when the engine is shut off?
A. A pressure-relief valve
B. The oil filter mount
C. The ...
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 May 25, 2010
Does this mean that I must go through the hassle of draining (in order to preserve) my synthetic oil every time I replace the oil filter?
Are there long lasting (15,000 miles between changes) engine oil filters available?
Asked on Jun 2, 2010
When changing my oil on my 1998 Jeep Wrangler SE, i wasn't paying attention and after draining the old oil, i went ahead and poured the new oil in and forgot to remove the old oil filter. When i take the old filter off will ...
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