Things you'll need
4–8 litres (1.1–1.6 US gal) of oil
Oil filter wrench (optional)
Ramps or a jack stand
Pan to catch the used oil in
Jug to transport oil
Oil rags or paper towel
How many quarts of oil does motor hold?
Type of Oil?
What brand of oil does motor use?
Do I need a Jack, Jack Stands or Ramps?
Choose what best fits you, which is easier is better.
Does oil go bad if you don't drive?
Yes, it can. Make sure to drive your car up to operating temperature regularly so condensation can boil off from the oil. Generally, it only lasts one year
What happens if I don't change my oil?
*. Permanent deposits of sludge and permanent engine damage can occur with old or used oil. Oil loses its ability to lubricate over mileage and time thanks to the byproducts of combustion
OIL CHANGE FAQS
MY CAR SAYS CHANGE THE OIL EVERY 7500 MILES FOR NORMAL DRIVING.
Most new cars will have a maintenance reminder system that alerts owners when it is time to do various maintenance. If your car is equipped with a system like that, listen to that, or do shorter intervals according to your use case. Make sure to reset the system every time the oil is changed.
Be careful not to burn yourself. Your engine, the used oil inside it, and other parts of the car can stay hot enough to burn you for a long time after you turn the ignition off.
Don’t get the oil inlet confused with the transmission fluid inlet. You can ruin your transmission if you put oil in it.