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Introduction

Oil is what keeps an engine running smoothly and efficiently. Over time, the oil becomes viscous and dirty, and must be replaced to avoid harming the engine. Before starting this guide, ensure that you have an oil-safe catch tray.

  1. Make sure the engine is cool before completing the Oil Change. Rotate Dipstick Cap counterclockwise until completely unthreaded. The Dipstick Cap is generally yellow or orange.
    • Make sure the engine is cool before completing the Oil Change.

    • Rotate Dipstick Cap counterclockwise until completely unthreaded.

    • The Dipstick Cap is generally yellow or orange.

  2. Place your Drain Pan below the engine and flip the engine over so that the used oil pours out of the Dipstick spout. Set the engine back down and fill the engine with the new oil until it reaches the designated fill line.
    • Place your Drain Pan below the engine and flip the engine over so that the used oil pours out of the Dipstick spout.

    • Set the engine back down and fill the engine with the new oil until it reaches the designated fill line.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow Step 1 and 2 in reverse order.

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