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I can't find it, looked all around. does the bottom plastic cover have to be removed???:scratchhead:
 

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Yes it does. It's called the belly pan. It's up in there and good luck. Hope you eat wheaties. It's on pretty tight
 

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that belly pan just about covers it all. got to take it off to really get to anything on the bottom end of the motor. If you are changing it for the very first time, like it was stated above, the oil filter gorilla installed it at the factory.
 

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owners manual? mine did.
 

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beside the blinker fluid reservoir! I think......congrats on your swa-eet mopar!
 

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Good luck getting it off, this guy put it on! His name is Samson. :)

 

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that belly pan just about covers it all. got to take it off to really get to anything on the bottom end of the motor. If you are changing it for the very first time, like it was stated above, the oil filter gorilla installed it at the factory.
That would be pritty much a dream job to many...
 

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beside the blinker fluid reservoir! I think......congrats on your swa-eet mopar!
Thanks,, I love this car! this one looks like it's going to be the best i ever owned, and I've owned a few.!

I was wondering were that reservoir was... :bigthumb:
 

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Two tips:

1. Remove your filter using an end cap oil filter wrench (see below).

2. After you remove the old filter, check to make sure the old gasket is not still there. I don't think they oil the gasket at the factory and is often sticks to the mounting plate of the oil filter.
 

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you think the oil filter is hard to find. look for your PCV valve and your thermostat.
 
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