NYPANAMA: Thanks Fishycomics.....I know this will sound kinda foolish. But, have you thought about doing a quick video on the placing of the jack stand / jack on this particular video?
There are more than 10 Million Toyota Corolla owners out there, and I am sure 3/4 of that population would enjoy the knowledge...
NYPANAMA: Hey Fishycomics, was your jack stand location labeled with an arrow? I didn't see any on my 2010.....
David Brown: Great presentation! Thank you!
roon demahom: Excellent presentation. Explanation very short, sharp & straight to the point. Easy to follow up without a plan or rough sketch drawing or blueprint. Very easy to understood theory & practical. I really enjoyed all your video clips & I never feel bored watching several times. I liked your way of tutorial concept, slow & calm, loud & clear. Double thumbs up to you for your efforts & once again a big thank you for your very useful info & tips. That was truly impressive for me. A man with brillion creative ideas & tricks. You are one of Professor Genius Sir David Einstein of modern advanced mechanical engineering. (:-) (:-) (:-) (:-) (:-) (:-) (:-)
absy Jado: thanks
* *: What is the torque on the filter housing?
ihatelameusernames: Dude are you Italian American? Accent reminds me of Godfather. xD
Hiram Camargo: hey bro can u do a serpentine belt replacement?
Marcus Warner: I drive a 2010 Toyota Corolla. I figured I would add my two cents worth. For all the Canadians living around the Hamilton region who have trouble locating a place that sells the 64mm (14 flute) oil filter wrench for the Toyota, I found one. The store is called CARQUEST. The address is 1249 Stonechurch Road. The phone number is 905-318-2002. I bought it for a total of $13.50 brand new. It worked like a charm. Bear in mind that other places are selling the same part for $32 plus tax. Go to that particular CARQUEST as detailed above because for some reason the CARQUEST on 401 Parkdale Avenue in Hamilton sells it for $32 like other over priced stores.
zroscigno: How do you do transmission oil changes on these? There is no dipstick anymore from what I have heard for the tranny.
ray bee: I have a 2009 corolla and had to have the housing replaced... the dealer paid for it though.. they claim it seized onto the engine block from not cleaning it good on oil changes.... since it was done at the dealer till the warranty ran out,, I think it may have been tightened to much and pulled the threads?? my opinion.. any way still a pain... our local penz oil does the change for 27.00 dollars with the new filter... hard to beat.. if I buy the oil and filter it will cost me 23.00 to 25.00 dollars and that's at walmart.. not worth changing in the winter months to save three or four dollars?? good video though
Ray Cox: thanks a lot very helpful
fishycomics: as the one I used is a thicker socket, I also have one from an local auto store, its thin and slips off big difference with the right tool, is all I am saying
Cuong Tran: You can get a wrench from your local Advance Auto Parts store. The one that I just used on my 2013 Toyota Corolla is made by Performance Tool - Toyota Filter Wrench. Part #W54118. Fits perfectly!
Michael Toner: I see cars every day using the right kind of oil, with the right drain intervals, but using an economy filter. Even in very low mileage vehicles, they are somewhat to extremely low on oil, and the oil can be borderline sludgy.
a manufacturers or top shelf aftermarket (these can be even better than oe) filter
the right kind of oil for the car
the recommended drain interval
and CHECK the level frequently...
...and your engine will likely last for many hundreds of thousands of miles.
fishycomics: that is true, I am every 5k and Toyota's filter. and that is mighty fine, 21 plus year old Toyota and still running strong, even my no longer Honda. great advice tip my hat off to you!
Michael Toner: These vehicles are using extended drain intervals, something in the neighborhood of 7,500-10,000 miles. You MUST use full synthetic oil for an interval of this length. It is also just as important to use a high quality filter; Toyota, Mobil 1, etc. Do NOT use a cheap filter.
I understand that full synthetic oil and a premium filter makes for an expensive oil change. However, keep in mind that you are changing the oil rather infrequently, and it actually tends to be cheaper in the long run
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