Other side you need a special disconnect tool. It doesn't take a lot of strength to get it good and tight, so don't over tighten it!. You do not need the wrench to repl … ace the filter. Next you will need to use the special tool. Most importantly, you get a chance to look around under your Explorer for potential trouble spots.
This tool slips over the fuel line and you … push it into a round peice where the line meets the filter. How long would an f150 safely run if 4qts were made to fill the pan properly? Just had a quick question regarding my 2003 4. Step 12: I always like to compare the old air filter against the new one. It helps to ensure that the injectors are pumping the correct amount of gasoline. End plates are precision ground for maximum wear resistance.
If you stick with motorcraft oil then you are good for 5k or 5 months. In addition, you can save this post to you favorite social bookmarking sites. The wrench pushes back mini clamps that grab the flange on each filter end. What does matter is what type of oil you use. The only other tools you will need are a pair of pliers. All of these fluids are extremely harmful to your eyes and skin so it is important to protect yourself. I hate derailing a thread, but I will happily.
Now, would you not figure that the fuel filter would be located somewhere between the tank and engine, along this line. It is the sole responsibility of the viewer to assume this risk. Make sure you get the information you are looking for. It will also get dirty, burned up, etc. The fuel filter will be located under the driver side door tucked inside the frame rail.
When you change your own oil, you know that you are putting quality oil in your Explorer and that the filter is being changed too. If it's the first time you're changing the filter, I believe it will be white, for motorcraft. Dribbling and remeasuring to get to a max fill is a waste of time. If you can't do this, see our page to find a Ford Explorer oil filter wrench. It is sometimes located inside the fuel tank with the pump. About the diameter of a chunky soup can. Ammsoil on a 15k mile change interval, sound familiar? You put it into the gas tank.
Gears are machined to close tolerances to ensure proper engine pressure and correct, efficient pump operation. If you add more to bring it up to about max then more power to you! You need a special wrench from your auto parts store. Step 3: As you get ready to work under the car, always take a look at the undercarriage. . There is no difference between a Focus and a F150 for interval.
Youll be able to get this excellent image to your laptop, mini netbook or desktop computer. What does matter is what type of oil you use. The fuel flows from the fuel tank to the engine, via fuel lines. Use the pliers to pinch them together and unlock them for removal. Now, go ahead and put the cap back into the block.
Look just ahead of the plastic fuel tank and you will see these shields. Pull it out and wipe it off with a shop towel. It should read the current level of the oil and show you what the oil looks like. We recommend wearing safety glasses whenever you are working under your Explorer. Oil pan drain nut is facing rearward, middle of truck underneath. If you stick with motorcraft oil then you are good for 5k or 5 months. Anyway I have no respect for you or your opinions for anything on the internet.