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
fishycomics: the cap and book say SAE 20, 5w-20 the 2013 I own says SAE0w-20 that is synthetic only for the newer rolla. confused the crap. when book says yes and no....
fishycomics: a 13 year old Gh Honda socket from Handa-acessory(com) specified for my CR-V.
Daniel Hatcherson: I think that what is spec'd for this vehicle (0W-20), only comes in full synthetic, as far as I've seen.
Daniel Hatcherson: What is the name of the canister wrench tool you are using? I'm thinking about ordering the TOY-640, wanted to see what you used first.
fishycomics: I only show-n-tell, that choice will be all yours. As long as you keep to the changing you will be fine.
Austin TA: Is conventional oil okay to use? Or should I buy full synthetic?
fishycomics: A question like this can be interesting to answer, and there aremany reasons why you change oil.
Israel Ayala: why changing good oil?
Natasha Kasszan: Muy bueno
rainingmonkfish: nice video, like your attitude. Thanks !
CsFF4U: Thank you for explaining how to do this in full!
Why did anyone dislike?
fishycomics: placing a hole punch on the filter inside is one way. torqe marking like you said is another? and marking the crush washer and pan is another way, b4 and after shots, with the date. thanks. for the kind words....
myutube1960: Great video on how to do it right.Thanks!
I never trust does oil change places I think the majority are a rip off. Toyota has made it easier for them Not to replace your oil filter and charge for it. Because unless you see it done with your on eyes, there is no way to know wether it was done or not. I used to put a scratch mark on the outer metal housing of the old filter to confirm if it was replaced. Now how do you know? THANK YOU AGAIN, Great video!!
kman7899: Thanks....very thorough and helpful video.
bigdaddymak1439: Yes they do!
fishycomics: tip my hat to ya
Trev W: I wish I saw this video my first time changing my 2010 Toyota matrix. Video is spot on
fishycomics: That holds true,
very pleased how you liked the how to. and appreciate the kind words.
1stShadowfox: Thanks, son's toyota 2010 corolla? They put the oil filter cartridge cover on so tight we can't get it off. It was good to see that at least we were doing it right. We're going to get their special tool and maybe we can and THEN Toyota does NOT get to change the oil again. Honestly, young men these days! He'd rather pay to have it done then do it himself. They don't know the satisfaction of "doing it yourself!"
fishycomics: I used to pop the hood, at the dealer, I used to get under the car, and that was one of my may concerns, how easy it is to get to a filter. Since I do not own a camery, I truly cannot comment, but hey it may be possible it will come with the same canister, for sure. the newer camery's are AWESOME, 18 cents/ best of luck to you my friend, thanks for the kind words and comments
fishycomics: As owner of 3 corolla's the two now with this type, , makes for me a simple and easy purchase, of one type. Takes time to get used to newer things. and how Toyota changes things.... Iguess I have no complaints, and am happy.
shevon tbop: Also I have a camry and plan on getting a new one. Do the new camrys use the new filter like this
shevon tbop: Thanks good to know. Do you like the new style filter?
FlingThePill: Thanks for putting the effort in making this video. I appreciate the angles and the editing. I should be able to change my oil for the very first time.
Keep up the good work.
fishycomics: Toyota Went GREEN, cut out the metal filter, and just paper is tossed, maybe the next thing will be a washable one?
shevon tbop: What is the advantage of that cannister filter compared to the ones that corolla had always used. I am not sure if I like that. I have a 06, changing the oil is much easier, good old filter that faces down
Jerry Silcott: Very helpful. Just left WALMART lube center. They couldn't get the cap off so gave me the oil change and lube free. Now I think I can do it myself. Thanks for the video.
FHCavanaugh: Excellent, please don't to lub the O-ring
Jose Mejia: Thank you for uploading this video, I should've watched before trying to do the oil change myself (obviously you don't how difficult things are till you are actually doing them), I couldn't remove the oil filter cap I bought a wrench but almost strip the cap, I was going to buy one of those metallic parts that you put on to loosen it up but I was told by the auto parts employee that wouldn't work and by my mechanic that I needed a "special" part to remove oil cap... thanks again very helpful!
UBBERTANKER: i had to air hammer an filter cap off today at work because a coworker over tightend it last oil change so please people torque the cap to the spec of 25 n.m.
fishycomics: Yes they give it to you the O-rign. and no I made sure it was tight to my knowledge and the safety clip on. I am honest. And honer your opinion :)
Kavin Desai: Did you use a torque wrench? And do you also replace the O ring everytime you change oil?
fishycomics: Yes, every single detail can be shown, and always a step missing. I did talk about something and skipped showing it.
vin122472: just curious shouldnt you lube the rubber gasket around the filter housing???
LiamXaohYT: Thank you for taking the time to put this video together. Very helpful. Cheers.
fishycomics: Ruth, the plastic tool is your oil cap from the car, and O-ring that goes around it, without those two, you will not have a car to drive.
Ruth Mollison: I do want to watch this video but I am having trouble uploading. Is the plastic tool and small o ring necessary for this job? I can't see where to put them...Can anyone help?
fishycomics: I left out the O-ring.
xc75ranger: I think you left out the part about changing the paper filter in the canister, or did I miss it?
Great video by the way.
Mike Landrum: Used this video as a guide to change the oil in my Matrix today. Thanks.
51513john: thanks for taking the time to edit and upload this! Thanks!
raykupal: here's how I do it: take out the engine oil cap and the dip stick. After taking out the plug, I lower the jack and let it drip more. I take out the filter and lower the jack again. I noticed I get more dirty oil this way.
raykupal: righty- tighty, lefty- loosey
raykupal: royal purple? is somebody going racing? I also use royal purple but switching to something cheaper next time. it's like $9 per quart!
fishycomics: thank you. Puts a smile on not just my face but others who read. thanks again
Pat Nelson: Loved your video and your awesome attitude! My husband watched your video too and we are just about set. We have Royal Purple 5w/20 synthetic oil on order along with the 65mm wrench we'll need to get the filter housing off. Thanks again & God Bless you and yours! Pat & Johnny Jimenez, San Antonio, TX -------> Home of the Spurs!
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Jeanette Pabon: Thanks for posting this, it is super helpful!!!! :)
TheAkr4m: i also own a 2010 corolla and change my oil myself. Just changed it last night.