How to Change your Oil in less than 5min

Oil change. This video teaches you how to change your oil in your car or truck in less than five minutes. Changing oil is cheap and easy. Every 5000 miles you need to change your oil and oil filter. It can save you a bunch of money if you do it yourself and you know it gets done correctly. This is a Ford Ranger but the concept for every car is the same. Drain the oil, change the filter, put new oil in and that is all!

COMPLETE Guide on How to Change your Car’s Oil: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1hF25Cowv8

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300k Mile Oil Change: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIG_BdsffcU
Transmission Fluid Change: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yb_1wbiPz9g

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31 thoughts on “How to Change your Oil in less than 5min

  1. kids back in the day without internet was forced to learned the simple lest things like change the oil or tire on a vehicle with little access of knowledge they had but now we have kids who have sources of information this generation and can’t even make classic mac n cheese without looking at the box directions twice lmao

  2. Why is your oil so dirty right after changing it? I have the same truck, a 98 Ranger, with the same 3.0L. I have 190,000 on mine. When I change the oil, for the first 500 miles, or so, the oils so clean, you can barely see it on the dip stick.

  3. Who else had to re watch 4:02 to make sure they weren’t tired or their eyes weren’t messing with them when that oil preasure went up lol

  4. I was looking at buying a used car.. The site mentioned change oil in under 5 minutes..
    I thought ya ok.. Clicked it sent me to this video…
    Video is under 5 minutes.. Bet you or i could change it in under 5 minutes.

  5. Yeah this is just a dude with a cellphone, making a video. Cool video though. But your new videos Rock!! Thanks dude!

  6. How often do you change the oil in a Ford Ranger?
    How often does Ford Ranger need an Oil Change? An oil change is one of the most basic and basic services for your car. Synthetic oil usually should be changed each 7,500 – 10,000 miles. Ford recommends getting your 2019 Ford Ranger oil & filter changed each 3,000-5,000 miles for conventional oil.

  7. I see the link you used for the filter pliers is different than what you actually used. If possible, could you link the item you used because I have had no luck using traditional oil pliers/wrench.
    I appreciate you.

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