Do you add oil into the filter itself when doing the change? I was taught to always add some oil to the filter then dump the rest down the tube...
What year is your car? I have read that my car ('93) takes 4.7 quarts and '94+ only take 4.3... and you still put 5 in? I will keep this in mind next change.
Just curious... how is it you only have 86k on your car? OR is it just the motor? Must be nice :P
I hope to get well over 200k now with my car. In the last 8 mos Ive done the HG/valve job, timing chain, motor and tranny mounts, fuel pump, brake caliper etc... Before that I put in a used (made in '06) DI cassette, A arm bushings, sway bar link bushings. Couple air filters and fuel filter along the way. She seems pretty solid at this point...
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