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Oil Change on FiFi.... ( Doing it the correct way) - Page 2
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    I don't have a car, or a FIAT, yet. But, we do have a 500 as a family car. It's a 2014 FIAT 500 1.4 MultiAir 105 Pop, 6-speed AISIN AS60T Automatic, Grigio & Nero, 15" steel wheels, and a white stripe.

    105 hp - 100 lb-ft.
    No big mods, except for one, a K&N air filter.

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    Good to know. I've always drained the pan first, put the plug back in, then drained the filter, then installed new filter, then opened up the drain plug one more time. Will try that out next time. I'm ocd lol lol

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    I'm old... and lazy. I bought a vacuum oil extractor and change the oil from above. Get the car warmed up, but not too hot or you will melt the plastic hoses. unscrew the fill cap. Insert the plastic tube into the dipstick tube to the bottom of the sump. Pump up the vacuum and suck out the old oil; take your time. When I crack open the filter housing it releases a substantial amount of additional oil into the pan. Let the filter fully drain and put some shop towels around the base before unscrewing it completely to catch any drips. I change the oil every 3,000 to 5,000 miles and don't use any significant amount between changes. According to the level marks on my extractor I'm recovering pretty well all the oil from the engine. I do inspect the filter and use factory Mopar replacements for the most part, although I've also used Mann and Wix.

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    It would never even occurred to me to remove the filter after closing the oil drain in the pan - hell, I go have a drink while the last of it drips out. I've thought about the pump extractors, but oil change time is a good excuse to get underneath and see how things are doing under there.
    Completely stock 2016 500 Abarth, Rhino & Nero,
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