How do you change oil for 1996 Intrepid?
There are two ways...the correct legal way and an easy way. For the easy way, Pull up to a ditch, straddle it, craw under, unscrew the oil pan bolt, dump oil on the ground, replace the bolt, tighten securely. Dump in fresh oil, drive away QUICKLY before you get caught. (just kidding...NEVER do that!!!) Correct way: Take vehicle in for proper professional service at a trusted shop or, carefully jack up front end on a hard level surface, insert 2 jack stands under solid frame or suspension arms. Lower jack until weight of vehicle is supported by stands, take 2 pumps on jack to take up slack. Carefully crawl under, locate oil pan bolt, unbolt same and drain oil into specially designed oil catching pan (less than $12 at WalMart). Wait until oil drips are all but stopped, wipe exces oil from pan hole, insert bolt, tighten securely, remove oil pan and yourself from under car. Raise jack until stands are free from car, remove stands, carefully lower car. Start car, check for leaks...don't race engine when starting...repeat procedure in 3000 miles, but you should also change the filter each time! Garageman Rick
With the hood up look at the outer end of the Headlight, You will see what looks like a snap together piece. wiggle the corner light and this will help you to see the clip that has to be moved in order for the light to slide out so you can change the bulb...I myself just put new headlights in my 96 dodge intrepid.
Buy or make a suitable new gasket and enough oil to do an oil change, it is a good idea to change the filter too. Ensure you have the correct tools. Drain the oil and dispose of the oil responsibly. Undo the fastenings. Drop the oil pan/sump. Clean the adjoining surfaces and ensure they are not damaged. Lightly grease the gasket and fit to the oil pan/sump. Replace the fastenings to the correct torque. Replace…