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
AGA 34: help alot. thanks for video
Doug Giese: Great video. I used it teach my granddaughter how to change her oil. The filter tool is not a type F. The tool for her 09 is 64 mm with 14 flats. This is 1 mm smaller than the type F. I'm confident this is the same for all the 1.8's with the canister type filter.
salv1949: I noticed this new oil filter has the same design as my 2002 BMW 525I.
salv1949: I just changed the oil on my daughters 2011 Corolla. It was 107 in Sacramento and I had one hell of a time getting the oil filter off. Science... heat expands, cold contracts. Once it cooled down a bit, it came right off. It's still a challenge to get the filter off without the proper wrench so you may have to go to Toyota for the proper tool.
Specs called for 0w-20w but my local O'Reilys auto parts store didn't carry it in 5 quart containers, only quart bottles, which cost @ .40 more per bottle so I used 5w-20w Mobil One full synthetic. The car has 65,000 miles.
iTheGeek: Just a quick FYI, it's not a "type S". I've got a 2010 Corolla S and I really appreciate the tutorial man!
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Hobby Vaptor: It's a pain checking oil on this Corolla. It always shows me way above line on one side and way below it on the other side of the stick no matter what I try. So I guess as long as the oil light stays off it's ok.
thebonefish: With these element filters I get paranoid that they don't change it every time... Especially this car since it cleans up so well on the cap.
John Hiram: Seems they are trying to eliminate doing oil change yourself. That is a very stupid system. My 2004 has a super easy filter to change with just your hand.
Jérôme Lepage: Thanks a lot for the canister filter tutorial. I own a 2009 Pontiac Vibe (same engine) and I've put 5W-30 full synthetic oil instead (by habit without checking my car's spec). I find 0W is right for our winter in Canada, but 5W is mostly the best compromise for our annual temperature range (-30 to 30 celcius). Hope it doesn't dammage my motor (was my first oil change since i own it).
N Focus: Well done. Very clear and thorough instructions. No fluff, just the information you need delivered effectively.
Danceolife iTpro: When did you add the filter? I saw you remove the canister. Is the canister and filter two separate items...
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