Essay On Car Oil

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In this essay I will talk about how to properly change the car oil in your vehicle. To start off this is a process that may be time consuming depending on what type of car the work is being done on. Now there are a few steps which I will list 1) first check the car oil and oil filter type. 2) Go out to the automotive store and get the correct oil and oil filter be sure to refer back to your cars manual. 3) Get yourself a foot pound wrench with a standard 14 mm socket. 4) Get an oil drain pan. 5) Get under your vehicle and check for a rectangular pan. 6) Place oil drain pan under the rectangular pan and loosen the bolt and Let oil drain for about 15 min. 8) Change the oil filter. 9) Open the labeled cap on the engine
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Now you want to look in the same booklet again and check for what bolt size is on the rectangular pan under your car that contains that black gold (oil) once you’ve found out what size it is get the foot pound wrench and place the bolt on the tip of the wrench also get the oil drain pan and place it directly under the rectangular pan. Under the your car there will be a rectangular pan with a bolt on it make sure that gloves and eye protection are worn at all times now loosen the bolt from the pan and let the oil drain for about 15 minutes while that is happening inspect the bolt for any wear on the thread or on the seal if it is worn go to the store and replace it immediately do not put it back on because it can leak and cause damage the aluminum pan. One you’ve got the new bolt put it back on and make sure you put it on by hand before using the wrench. Set the foot pound wrench to about 10 pounds and tighten it, make sure not to over tighten the bolt and you’re done. All of these steps will ensure that your vehicle will be running fine without

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