Engine oil replacement. Changing Your Engine Oil? You’re Doing It Wrong, DIY and car review with Scotty Kilmer. How to change engine oil. How to check engine oil the right way. DIY engine oil change. Oil check and oil change fail. Motor oil check and replacement explained. Car advice. DIY car repair with Scotty Kilmer, an auto mechanic for the last 56 years.

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  1. tofer tallman

    I change the oil in my Taco every 5k with RP HPS. Just did my 165k change this morning. No regrets spending the $60 every 5k miles bc it still runs like new!

  2. Chris Twigger

    Here in the UK we generall do oil changes at 10,000 miles or every 12 months. Whichever comes first.

  3. J S

    Scott what you think of the Acura RDX AWD turbo charge engine compared to the lexus NX AWD turbo charge engine which one will last longer.

  4. Sarabeth

    Interesting Tesla story. I rented an EV from Hertz. It was such a terrible experience that I will never buy a Tesla and I tell everyone else never to buy one also. I don't hate electrification. I have a PHEV and love it. Toyota is right. The future is hybrids and PHEVs. I want to buy a Toyota PHEV but the wait list is two years because so many people want them.

  5. Craig Fin

    A Turbo charger essentially forces a smaller engine to achieve a Horsepower rating, that it could not naturally achieve on its own. Thus, the engine is under more pressure. Nothing wrong with them, its a preference, some people just want their cars to last as long as possible.

  6. John Verdin

    Can I change my 4 cylinder for a v8 in my 2008 toyota rav4

  7. The Goods

    Oil changes vary depending on the engine. I have a Civic with that turbo engine, and by 5000 miles the oil is nasty, so I do it every 3-4000.

  8. Hydro Static

    Flat earthers, am I right Scotty? 🤣

  9. Grumpy

    Warping brakes is probably one of those left foot brakers, who rests the foot on the pedal all the time. Then bang pressure on a pre-heated rotor and bam!

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