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Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: I took the plastic off and got an oil pan under the car and all that. Its very easy and quite enjoyable.
Jack up the front of the car and put it on jack stands. If you don't have jack stands, you should buy some.
User Name: It's easiest to do when the car is slightly warm, but it needs to have been sitting for a good hour before you change it so all the oil has a chance to make it back to the pan. Ha, good luck. I always rub a tiny bit of oil on the rubber gasket to make it easier to tighten it by hand and ensure the gasket seats perfectly on the flange.
Have never changed the oil before 2. I won't say my neck didn't hurt from not being able to move my head..
Remove the oil filter and put it on top of your drain pan to drain. Note that passwords are case-sensitive. If I'm not mistaken, it's not on the "approved list" of oils recommended by Subaru. Remove the oil drain plug.
I have heard different recommendations on the type of oil to use in my 2011 wrx. Help Remember Me? In some of the advertising, Royal Purple compared its performance to Castrol, Shell, Amsoil and other motor oil brands.
Opinions expressed are the author's alone and are inherently worthless. This lets the oil drain more easily since air can get into the system from the top. What is everyone else using?