How to Remove a Torn Up Oil Filter?

Answer The oil filters used on most late model cars manufactured since the 1970s use a metal housing with filter mesh located inside the housing. The filter threads onto an oil pickup tube that goes into ... Read More »

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I am Worried About Surgery, Has Anyone Had An Impinged, Torn Tendon With A Torn Rotator Cuff?

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How do I Remove a Kawasaki 250 CRS Oil Filter?

The Kawasaki CRS 250 is a popular model of motorcycle manufactured by Kawasaki in the 1980s. Maintenance for the CRS 250 involves regular oil changes. In addition to draining the old oil out and ad... Read More »

How do I remove& replace an oil filter?

Drain OilPark the vehicle on a flat surface. Set the parking brake. Slide an eight-quart pan under the oil drain plug. Remove the plug and allow the oil to drain into the pan. Reinstall the drain p... Read More »

How to Remove a Seized Oil Filter?

Oil filters do get stuck from time to time. Usually it's from either not spreading a coat of oil on the filter seal before installing it or from over-tightening the filter. If you're using a strap ... Read More »