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The Perfect 2.7l Oil Change Guide!!

Discussion in '4 Cylinder' started by TacoMan1911, May 4, 2013.

  1. May 4, 2013 at 6:44 PM
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    TacoMan1911

    TacoMan1911 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    This isn't really a guide on how to change oil, a fool can figure out how to do that. I have just done a lot of research and polls through this site and have come up with this. Also, doing it myself with these products on my own truck is the reason for this.

    5.6 quarts of Mobil 1 Full Synthetic
    A new oil drain plug gasket (At dealer for 1 dollar)
    A Toyota OEM Filter (90915-YZZD1)

    Also, may need a good oil filter wrench since it is hard to get to, unlike the V6!!

    Just did this on my truck today, and everything went well. The oil is right in-between the two marks on the dipstick!!
     
  2. May 4, 2013 at 6:54 PM
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    BAMFTACO

    BAMFTACO Pabst Blue Ribbon on ice

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    Lift- stock suspension with light racing uppers,tc coil bucket gusset, timbern bumps ,defined extended shackles with shackle brace. Armor- custom tube bumper, kr fab rear bumper,trail gear wiy 78 in sliders Performance-intake manifold spacer, vibrant resonator Random stuff- kenwood head unit,b&m t shifter, hood bug deflector.
    it's nice doing an oil change yourself. You learn alot about your truck and how everything works when you start working on your own car. There's alot of stuff the dealer overcharges that are really simple things todo yourself
     
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