Where is the Oil drain plug and oil filter on a 2006 chev trailblazer fwd please be specific?
Where is the Oil drain plug and oil filter on a 2006 chev trailblazer
Crawl under the vehicle and look on the bottom of the oil pan. The drain plug is there. The filter may be under the vehicle screwed to the engine block. Look for it. It may also be a cartridge filter located on the top of the engine mounted under a plastic housing. Your owner's manual will list the location.
Underneath the truck's engine bay, in the middle should be a door. That's where your drain the oil. Then if you look in that little door you opened and look to the front pass. side headlight area you should see the oil filter from that opening. That is where and how you get it out. YOU WILL NEED FILTER PLIERS. Filter ban wrenches will NOT fit.
There is a plate underneath the engine that is held in by 2 flat head screws. All you have to do is loosen both screws and slide the plate around. The screws will not detach from the plate and the plate is not removable. The plate just slides around. The drain plug and oil filter are then exposed and easily accessible. The 2004 Trailblazer takes 7 quarts of oil and uses an ACDelco PF61 or…
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No, removing the oil filter will only remove what oil is trapped in the oil filter. If you cannot get the drain plug off then you will have to insert a tube down the dipstick tube and pump the oil out. My advice it to take the vehicle to a trusted mechanic and have them remove the drain plug. It can be removed with the proper tools.
Answer The oil drain plug and oil filter are under the engine skid plate. You need to remove the trap door to see. The skid plate door is located by the drivers side door, directly midway underneath the vehicle. You will need a flat or Phillips-hear srewdriver to open the trap door. Don't worry, the screws are 'loss-proof' and will not fall off the trap door plate. Once this has been removed, the oil drain…
Hmmm, do you possibly mean the back wash valve on the filter? This valve has many positions to choose from especially for sand filters. Filter, back wash, drain, drain to waste, filter bypass, closed. They are pretty much self explanatory. Normal position would be the "filter" position while the pump is running and the filter is working. Ken
I've never seen a Honda which has a tranny filter. Just a drain plug and that's it. There is no drain pan, therefore you can't take off a drain pan to change the filter (if it had one). I own a 2002 CRV and a 97 accord. You can purchase a filter at any auto parts store, they are about $12.00. And yes the 1999 cr-v does have a filter, it is located on top…