a 1 1/4 socket and a long extension on a 3/8 ratchet, counter-clockwise, and pull the filter out of the top the new one pushes right in .
actually if its a 2.2l engine the easiest thing to do is get about a 6"-10" long 3/8 exstension, the rachet, and a 32 mm socket which you can buy at Walmart, fleetfarm, automotive stores
There is a tool designed especially for this purpose. Can be purchased at any auto parts store.
It's in the rear near the tank. You'll need a tool to make it easy. I wish I had used it! Easy to do.
an automotive shop should have the tools u need its a little plastic thing that goes over the fuel line and releases the clip inside the filter
No. Its a cartridge inside the canister.
OK I HAVE A bolt in the center where is the tool to remove it
There is a special tool used for the quick connect type of filter. It is available at any local parts store. It is used to compress the tabs at one end of the filter. After learning the hard way, don't attempt to use pliers.
The filter is located behind the RH side of the carbon canister under the hood.
Along the inside of the frame rail near the driver's door area. It is a silver colored inline canister type filter. You will need to get an inexpensive tool to release the quick change coupling to remove the old one, one one just snaps in.
yes you do the oil filter is a canister style filter and it is pretty much only one tool that fits it properly you should be able to buy it online or through the Toyota dealership. but yes it uses a special tool. if you don't use the tool you could cross thread or possibly strip the corners.
Scan tool or unhook battery.Scan tool or unhook battery.
I have always used a variable strap wrench for oil filters. This way you can do many with one cheap tool.
they require a special tool to disconnect them.
Actually, the oil filters on the 2006 Malibus are located right underneath the hood in a small canister that twists on and off with a special tool. You just pull the old one out..snap in the new one and make sure it spins freely then twist it back in. =]=] Sorry guys! A girl had to answer that one! That "special tool" is called a wrench. :=) ^====== Actually, it's called an "Oil Filter Wrench", thus making it a "special tool."
There is a special inexpensive tool that you can purchase from any auto parts store for removing these lines. Without this tool you can damage the lines.
One can purchase a special wrench for removing the screw on type filter canister. It has a chain to grip the canister, with an adjustable end much like a vice grip. If you can cope with the resultant spill, and easy way is to drive a large screwdriver through the filter, and use the screwdriver as a bar to undo it.
The fuel filter is on the top front of the fuel tank you do not have to remove the tank, but you do need a special tool to undo the connection
A filter wrench. The kind which uses a strap and attaches to a ratchet would probably suit you best.
One tool, a telephone book. Call a mechanic and get the job done correctly.
You'll nee to get a special tool from an auto parts shop. It's pretty cheap. The fuel filter is behind the gas tank. Use the special tool to unhook the fuel lines.
If you got some ramps ,back it up the ramps. Under by the tank,,,, Get that special tool that is made for disconnecting fuel lines. and use two wrenches on the other side. And have a few old rags handy,you know how gasoline is,,,yuk.
Under the car between the back tires, Just replaced mine, it cost about $15 for the fuel filter. Fairly easy to do if you have the right tool
Oil Filter is two types.First is Spin On disposable style and second is Canister with Element.Disposable type needs a Strap Wrench tool remove it. Installation is by hand and about 1/4 turn beyond seated.The Canister with Element style needs a 24mm socket to remove the filter head.Located on the drivers side (Left.) towards the bell housing or rear of the engine.
You can change your fuel filter with a 9/16 socket, a flat head screwdriver, and a Phillips head screwdriver. The fuel filter is located inside of the gas tank.
On the right front of the engine, drivers side. Uses special wrench to loosen. added by steve. I use my hand , I dont need any stinking special tool. They are a canister type filter.
the filter is located in the fuel line under the car looks like a canister a special tool is needed to remove the fuel lines from the filter there is another smaller filter located on the cArberator or on the end of the fuel injection rale on my 89 it is on the passenger side of the firewall. it has a 5/8 bolt and a 9/16 bolt holing it on to the line.