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Oil change in Japan

Take a look at this. https://youtu.be/ptS4c8ajn_w
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i use either a cut out long transmission oil funnel or a Dranzit extension hose on the smaller blowers. no mess.

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With the mask, gloves and associated rags, I thought it was an episode of "Dr. Pimple Popper". The Japanese are very disciplined and precise.

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Apparantly you can get the Coronavirus from an oil change...

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Nice find.

White top during an oil change - brave man!!

I was virtually knocking on the screen, so wanting to pass him my 3/8 socket & extension when he was trying to get the drain bolt off!!

Although I will be sending him a link for the syringes I use for refilling the fresh oil!!

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I thought that the oil drain receptacle was interesting. I also liked his little cardboard oil tray and the oil pour jug with spout that he used.
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Nice oil change..., he forgot the "talcum powder".

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Couldn't help but wonder - why not cover the cardboard tray in aluminum foil so he doesn't have to make a new one every time...
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Is it me or almost no oil coming out ??? Mine holds 900 ml or 1 quart ...

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The White glove treatment...

Oil looks way over due, And he doesn’t check the level correctly. Just sayin’.

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