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Preventive Vehicle Matinence of Changing Oil

In this presentation I will be teaching an audience how to perform basic vehicle matinence.

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Preventive Vehicle Maitenance of Changing Oil Tools You Will Need Wrenches ratchet wrench
and or
combination wrench Sockets and Socket Wrench 3/8inch socket wrench
3/8inch sockets
Extentions if needed Oil Filter Wrenches 1/2 inch socket wrench
Nylon strap oil filter wrench Metal band oil filter wrench Step One: First thing first you should check to make sure the engine is off and not running. Step Two: underneath the vehicle on the underside of the motor is the oil pan. Located on the oil pan is the oil drain plug, you will need to losen and remove this using either wrenches or socket wrenches in order to drain the old oil. (oil drain plug) Step Three: While the oil is draining from the oil pan you can losen and remove the old oil filter using an oil filter wrench. Note: when you remove the oil filter some oil may come out of its opening as well. Step Four: You can now reinsert the drain plug into the oil pan as well as replace the old oil filter with a new one. Note: You should prep the new oil filter gasket; you can do this by dabbing your finger into some motor oil and rubbing it on the gasket surface. Step Five: You are now ready to put new oil into the motor.
To do this you need to remove the oil cap on the top side of the motor, and pour the new oil down into the valve cover. Note: It is recommended to pour the oil slowly to pervent spilling. (Valve cover) Funnels (Also use caution that the motor may be warm or hot to touch.) (Oil filter Gasket) Additional Reminders: (When performing your oil change, it is also a good idea to check on these other parts of your vehicle...) Checking your tires pressure (PSI) is crucial
to a safe ride, and preventing uneven tire wear. (The correct tire pressure can be
read on the sidewall of any tire.) Checking and replacing your engines
air filter when needed is also very
important to keeping your motor running
strong and efficiently. Keep an eye on your motors
belts as well, cracks, tears, and
dry-rotting are all signs
of needing replacing. Make sure that all of your engines fluids are also clean and topped off, this means checking any fluids that are accesable to you. Engine fluids you can check are transmission fluid, anti-freeze, windshield washer fluid, and of course your engine oil. (Serpentine belt) (Air filter) (Tire pressure gauge) (Oil cap) (Oil filter) (Dipstick) Note: Failure to change your vehicles engine oil can result it internal engine wear and parts failure, such as the pictures displayed above. (Worn out rod bearings) (Sludge build-up) (Put filter on) (Take filter off)
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