Just beware when using a wrench to tighten it, when it wants to stop turning then you're done. Over time, due to heat cycles, the composite can become brittle and over tightening can break it. It's not a compression seal like the HEMI oil filter, it's got an O-ring and just needs to be tightened enough for the flange on the cap to be snug against the filter housing.
Not a chance. Been doing this for years, although not quite like this. Some engineer(s) finally grew a brain and managed to get the idea across to the management suits and bean counters. Certainly eliminates the spill mess factor.
After my last oil change I noticed the gasket on my oil drain plug was getting pretty flat. I ordered a new one from Rock Auto for $7.00. I heard these can be re-used for awhile, how often do you guys replace your oil drain plugs?
My budget is: 11k
I just turned 17 and had gotten my license, but never got a car because of coronavirus. I spent past weeks looking online and eventually fell in love with the way the car looks.
After looking online it looks like I can afford a 2010 Challenger SE for 10.5k. It has 60k miles...
this is a quick how to install a factory homelink in your challenger if it didn't come with it. first i started with a donor car. i found a 2007 magnum with the factory homelink. i removed the overhead console and wire harness from it. only kept the wires i needed for the homelink module.
I have a 2017 SXT Plus with the Blacktop Package. It comes with factory 20" wheels. My car did not come with a spare, just the foam insert and the tire inflator under the trunk floor. I'm wondering if a spare tire was an option on these cars? I tried to buy a spare kit from an online chrysler...