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    #11
    bring it to us. we'll take it

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    #12
    Ayus yan Speedy = ), neways dinala ko na sa suking gas station and they gladly accepted naman. So tuloy lang ang DIY ko hehe

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    #13
    madali lang ba mag-diy change oil? balak ko sana...para makatipid ng konti...takot lang ako baka hindi ko mapalitan ng maayos yung oil filter...i read somewhere na hand tight lang ok na, pati na rin sa plugs. tama po ba?

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    #14
    Madali lang. Ako I just use a semi-wet cloth to tighen the filter but I use wrench for the plugs. There are tools which you can use to tighen the filters if you want.

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    #15
    maverick sa paglalagay ng oil filter pwede ka rin gumamit ng sandpaper para di dumulas...

    sa plugs naman tantiyahan na rin kadalasan lalo na kung wala kang torque wrench...alam mo naman siguro pakiramdam ng di maluwag at di sobrang higpit (yung point na masisira na ipin/grooves ng spark plugs)...

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    #16
    anonimous & chieffy, tnx for ur replies. would it be advisable to invest in an alligator jack & jack stands? any suggestions? tnx for d help!

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    #17
    just take it to your suking gas station. Mura lang naman magpa change oil. No hassles, no environmental problem. baka si speedyfix may pa merienda for your used oils. ;)

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    #18
    hand tighten lang yung oil filter. while the car is still on stands, paandarin nyo sandali... around 5-10 mins para sure kayo walang leaks

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