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1995 civic 2dr oil change

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Old 08-24-2009, 01:24 AM   #1
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what size tool is needed to do a oil change on this vehicle. i did oil changes on my truck and my 98 accord but for some reason this one doesnt fit.
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Wrench with 12mm socket, and if you're doing the oil filter too you'll need a big grips to grab that b*tch.
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if your changing the oil you definately need to change the oil filter.
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they just told you what you need... also a jack and stands..lol unless your really strong and can lift it up yourself but thenyou wont be able to reach the oil filter.... good luck is a good saving money practice
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they just told you what you need... also a jack and stands..lol unless your really strong and can lift it up yourself but thenyou wont be able to reach the oil filter.... good luck is a good saving money practice
Lol doesn't save much money where I live can get oil change for $20 when i do my own oil change costs more than that lol.
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with generic oil with no filter change.. so can I
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lol they do change the filter and its valvoline max life oil
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