ray bee: I have a 2009 corolla and had to have the housing replaced... the dealer
paid for it though.. they claim it seized onto the engine block from not
cleaning it good on oil changes.... since it was done at the dealer till
the warranty ran out,, I think it may have been tightened to much and
pulled the threads?? my opinion.. any way still a pain... our local penz
oil does the change for 27.00 dollars with the new filter... hard to beat..
if I buy the oil and filter it will cost me 23.00 to 25.00 dollars and
that's at walmart.. not worth changing in the winter months to save three
or four dollars?? good video though
Marcus Warner: I drive a 2010 Toyota Corolla. I figured I would add my two cents worth.
For all the Canadians living around the Hamilton region who have trouble
locating a place that sells the 64mm (14 flute) oil filter wrench for the
Toyota, I found one. The store is called CARQUEST. The address is 1249
Stonechurch Road. The phone number is 905-318-2002. I bought it for a total
of $13.50 brand new. It worked like a charm. Bear in mind that other places
are selling the same part for $32 plus tax. Go to that particular CARQUEST
as detailed above because for some reason the CARQUEST on 401 Parkdale
Avenue in Hamilton sells it for $32 like other over priced stores.
zroscigno: How do you do transmission oil changes on these? There is no dipstick
anymore from what I have heard for the tranny.
Hiram Camargo: hey bro can u do a serpentine belt replacement?
AGA 34: help alot. thanks for video
John Hiram: Seems they are trying to eliminate doing oil change yourself. That is a
very stupid system. My 2004 has a super easy filter to change with just
salv1949 .: I just changed the oil on my daughters 2011 Corolla. It was 107 in
Sacramento and I had one hell of a time getting the oil filter off.
Science... heat expands, cold contracts. Once it cooled down a bit, it
came right off. It's still a challenge to get the filter off without the
proper wrench so you may have to go to Toyota for the proper tool.
Specs called for 0w-20w but my local O'Reilys auto parts store didn't carry
it in 5 quart containers, only quart bottles, which cost @ .40 more per
bottle so I used 5w-20w Mobil One full synthetic. The car has 65,000
Hobby Vaptor: It's a pain checking oil on this Corolla. It always shows me way above line
on one side and way below it on the other side of the stick no matter what
I try. So I guess as long as the oil light stays off it's ok.
iTheGeek: Just a quick FYI, it's not a "type S". I've got a 2010 Corolla S and I
really appreciate the tutorial man!
Doug Giese: Great video. I used it teach my granddaughter how to change her oil. The
filter tool is not a type F. The tool for her 09 is 64 mm with 14 flats.
This is 1 mm smaller than the type F. I'm confident this is the same for
all the 1.8's with the canister type filter.
salv1949 .: I noticed this new oil filter has the same design as my 2002 BMW 525I.
thebonefish: With these element filters I get paranoid that they don't change it every
time... Especially this car since it cleans up so well on the cap.
Andrey Sosnyakov: Здравствуйте! Я подготовил перевод видео про аналог GoPro, надеюсь вас
заинтересует! Приглашаю вас на свой канал и блог!
Nfocus Onu: Well done. Very clear and thorough instructions. No fluff, just the
information you need delivered effectively.
Jérôme Lepage: Thanks a lot for the canister filter tutorial. I own a 2009 Pontiac Vibe
(same engine) and I've put 5W-30 full synthetic oil instead (by habit
without checking my car's spec). I find 0W is right for our winter in
Canada, but 5W is mostly the best compromise for our annual temperature
range (-30 to 30 celcius). Hope it doesn't dammage my motor (was my first
oil change since i own it).
Danceolife iTpro: When did you add the filter? I saw you remove the canister. Is the canister
and filter two separate items...
Eaglez Nesty: What is the advantage of that cannister filter compared to the ones that
corolla had always used. I am not sure if I like that. I have a 06,
changing the oil is much easier, good old filter that faces down
fishycomics: tip my hat to ya
fishycomics: @suckmybigbootsa thank you for the part number will add it in
fishycomics: @whitebathroomguy Immigrant , local recycle picker, every day they come and
pick up the plastics, and they cash in on your recycles. they live a few
blocks away, nope not Homeless. They walk with the family as well nice try
Jerry Silcott: Very helpful. Just left WALMART lube center. They couldn't get the cap off
so gave me the oil change and lube free. Now I think I can do it myself.
Thanks for the video.
fishycomics: wtF are you Cussing. notice why I am close- heck noneed to explain. deep
fishycomics: @Skeeball10 Every 10K we do its a leased, if it was not I change with
respect a little earlier. for the paper filter costing not muc. I wonder
one day will tehy enforce a cut off to gain access to the filter, and not
let the oil flow, when you open her up to replace, allowing filter only
fishycomics: Answers my question. How many ate to add 4.4 at thanks to my notes I did my
oil correctly again
fishycomics: whateve rsize it is. the site I purchased has no info on size. I again
order the one I have at handa-accessorroes? It's Plastic there is a safety
clip take your time.
fishycomics: the cap and book say SAE 20, 5w-20 the 2013 I own says SAE0w-20 that is
synthetic only for the newer rolla. confused the crap. when book says yes
apos4432: (cont.) I really don't think the engine has such a tight vacuum that this
would happen but then again 0.25 QT didn't come out. It could just be that
my mechanic didn't add in that 0.25 QT 5000 mile ago. Also, are you saying
that the 3/8" ratchet will fit directly onto the transmission fluid drain
plug? If so that's great since it's pretty convenient...although I probably
wasted $2 on a 10mm hex ratchet attachment haha. Thanks again for making
this video, I learned something that I'll be able t
Jorge Banda: Great tutorial! Thank you so much for the info. Complete and streight
forward. Does this apply for the 2011 model?
Lionel Pichon: Great video my man. Great video.
cotcho: THIS IS FOR AUSTRALIA, NOT USA.
mailman7478: @TheMortallyWounded He is using 5w20 look at the jug.
fishycomics: BIg Smile from ear to ear. thanks JImBob
fannygas: Great video, thank you
cowboywithstyle: At least some of these guys are taking the initiative to try to learn to be
self sufficient! I learned when i was 10-11 how to work on cars, because my
dad pushed me to learn how to work on my own car, so I could fix most
things on my own car, instead of paying $60 an hour for a mechanic to do
it. Some people didn't have fathers that were mechanically inclined, that
took the time to teach them. Glad they're trying to learn now, might save
them a fortune in the long run!
cotcho: P.S, THANKS CHAMP, ALL THE WAY FROM MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA, I OWE YOU A BEER
IF YOUR EVER DOWN UNDER.
erfravens: thank u i have to change the oil in my buddies car and didn't know where
oil filter was
mhkia: If you don't like the way he talks , then don't was the video, you rooster
sucking mother freaker.
White Bathroom Guy: a couple of homeless people moving @ 5:17 lmao
fishycomics: @tupacoutlaw3 then check with the shops .
LiamXaoh: Thank you for taking the time to put this video together. Very helpful.
Locd9: Thx for the vid
raykupal: righty- tighty, lefty- loosey
theblondecanadianxo: thank you, very helpful!
MrPraxair: Toyota does not recommend 0W20 synthetic it does recommened 0W20 though
They did the oil changes on mine for 1st 30000 miles and there filter is as
cheap as aftermarket FRame ones but I have found only Mobil 1 sells the
0W20 at walmart
Israel Ayala: why changing good oil?
Taiho Kim: Thank you very much for watched this video. May god bless of you and all
Texan4Life706: worst place ever... should have had a spin on IMO
DetectorOCD: Hey, I wanted to say thanks for posting this. It saved me the frustration!
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