At 42,000 miles there is no need at all to drop the pan and clean the engine. If the oil had never been changed and that is your concern then I would recommend going to bgfindashop.com. There you can find a repair shop in your area that can do a flush using their chemicals. I have used them and they do an excellent job.
The filter does not have a good seal. If it is a pressurized system remove the filter clean the lines and filter clips and reinstall. If it still leaks then you may have a bad filter.
The cleaning schedules varies from filter to filter, but a general guideline on any swimming pool filter is to take a reading when the filter is clean, then clean the pool filter when the pressure rises about 10 psi.
In most cases, it is not necessary to remove the oil pan to clean it,especially with your low milage. I suggest you warm the engine completely, and then change the oil and filter. I like Castrol, because it has excellent detergent qualities, and outstanding lubrication properties. Keep an eye on your oil, certainly as to level, but also how clean it stays. Perhaps a couple of short road trips will give you an idea how clean your engine is inside. I like to change oil every 90 days or 2000 miles whichever comes first. smoky2
you should clean it at least once a month because it can get damaged if you don't. your water will also be cleaner.
You should change a filter once a month or when airflow lessens, unless it is a reusable filter then clean weekly.
You can get a filter kit from most auto supply stores. Drop the pan, drain the fluid, (this is a good time to add a drain plug kit) clean the pan, change the filter, reinstall the pan with new gasket, refill.
Well if dirt comes out then you should clean off your feet before you get in,becouse your fet carry it in the pool then when the filter sucks up the dirt then the filter gets too much dirt in it and spits it out and you should proble clean the filter out once a month!
filter, every week no filter like me, every 3 days
Replace every 30,000 miles.
vacuum using the filter.(it should have tubes and an attachment
??? Replace it do not clean it.
they filter dirty water, you should clean the filter 1-2 a month. you should still lean 15- 20 percent of the water weekly.
The fuel filter is at the back of the air box. You will have to remove the battery and will need the radio code when finished. Remove battery and air box. and you will see the fuel filter. You cant clean the filter but should change every 40,000km r so.
Unscrew the aerator and clean it and reinstall it
You DON't clean a fuel filter u REPLACE it with a NEW one.
You do not clean a fuel filter, you just replace it with a new one.
yes,it is hard to clean out a pet fish's filter
The cheapest is a clean air filter.The cheapest is a clean air filter.
filters only filter the water they don't clean the walls of the tank or the gravel in your tank. you still need to move rocks and plants to get to the crap left behind that the filter cant get. you should do this when you clean your filter. depending on what sort of fish you have they can clean the tank for you cichlids will definitely clean the gravel for you as they build nests like birds and are always sucking up rocks. you should try to get a catfish as these are bottom feeders and they will stir the water up for you as well. you can get some catfish that will go good with goldfish as well.
You do not clean any fuel filter you just replace it. If it has a filter in the tank it is a permanent filter that is only replaced when the pump is replaced.
there are 7 12mm nuts on the manifold and 2 bolts on the manifold brace-remove the brace from underneath and the oil filter and you should be able to get to the nuts on the bottom--the ones on top you should be able to see and get a wrench on from the top-take it lose and push it back to clean and reinstall
no since you alreadt have fuel filter off you should go ahead and replace with a new one
clean the filter
Replace the fuel filter. There is no way to open it and clean it.
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