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    • Matthew Sunderland
      Matthew Sunderland

      Who else was thinking of the Daryl from Letterkenny this whole time??

      about 3 months ago
    • Stanley McClarin
      Stanley McClarin

      Maybe a dumb question:

      Does this video work for the 2018 Sahara limited as well?

      about 7 months ago
    • SVTWRC
      SVTWRC In reply to Stanley McClarin

      Stanley McClarin it’s not a dumb question as Jeep produced a certain amount of 2018 JK models that have the same oil change as the 2018 JL but the JL is 5 quarts oil instead of the JK 6 quarts. Your owners manual should tell you what model you have. Thanks for watching.

      about 7 months ago
    • WBOS72
      WBOS72

      The 3.6 made its debut in the 2012 JK .

      about 9 months ago
    • Pierre C
      Pierre C

      rofl under attack ahahahaha

      about 10 months ago
    • SVTWRC
      SVTWRC In reply to Pierre C

      Pierre C you have to watch out for them , we have named their gang The Killas .

      about 10 months ago
    • RICHARD HUNTT
      RICHARD HUNTT

      Where did you get your info about 5 quarts instead of 6 - If from the furnished manual, what page? Both my dealer and Jeep customer service say 6 Quarts for a 2018 JL. Thanks

      about 10 months ago
    • SVTWRC
      SVTWRC In reply to RICHARD HUNTT

      RICHARD HUNTT hello , making a video on this issue . The 2018 JL is only 5 quarts as stated in the manual for 2.0 turbo AND 3.6l V6 on page 246 of the new manual . If service overfills the engine by a full quart, it will cause major oil pressure and seal leaks on the brand new revised 3.6motor. FCA needs to make an announcement to all Service and parts departments.

      about 10 months ago
    • andrewlloy
      andrewlloy

      Was not expecting humor in this. Was laughing out loud at the “danger close” turkey invasion.

      about 11 months ago
    • SVTWRC
      SVTWRC In reply to andrewlloy

      They can be a rambunctious bunch !! Thanks for watching ,Glad you enjoyed it !

      about 10 months ago
    • EGlideKid
      EGlideKid

      Very nice job! Am subbed now.

      about 1 year ago
    • Eli
      Eli

      Watching this prior owning a Wrangler, lol. Was it one bottle that you poured in?

      about 1 year ago
    • SVTWRC
      SVTWRC In reply to Eli

      Never hurt to see how the work on the Jeep will look before you buy it. The 2018 jeep JL uses the full 5 quart jug available at most auto parts places. Super easy to not have to measure from the big jug.

      about 1 year ago
    • Scott Falkner
      Scott Falkner

      Old oil didn't need changed yet. Still looks good.

      about 1 year ago
    • SVTWRC
      SVTWRC In reply to Scott Falkner

      I have a theory that the oil in brand new engines should be used as a break in and not taken to the full 7thousand miles that most manuals suggest. There was little flakes of metal in the oil at 1.5k miles and wanted to drain it. it can never hurt just some easy preventative work.

      about 1 year ago
    • Jay Suttle
      Jay Suttle

      Great job & video. Oil didn't even look dirty..

      about 1 year ago
    • SVTWRC
      SVTWRC In reply to Jay Suttle

      Jay Suttle hi jay , just getting the oil out after breaking the engine in. I do it on all new engines , treat the factory first oil fill as a break in. May not be necessary but can’t hurt if you want to take the engine into the six figure mileage marks.

      about 1 year ago
    • edm s
      edm s

      Please tell me you lubed the o-ring before reinstalling the filter housing.

      Also watch out for leaks around 20k, the previous Jeep's had issues with the oil coolers Beginning to leak around 20k. Either from the oil pressure sensor, or from o-rings at the bottom of the oil cooler.

      about 1 year ago
    • SVTWRC
      SVTWRC In reply to edm s

      Edgar Sanchez if you look closely at 4:41-5:40 you will see me take my oiled gloves and run my finger across the filters o rings and the housing O ring with an open oil container using fresh oil. It’s cut quickly but I hope everyone gets the idea there. Will look out for leaks as I will be frequently checking the oil levels and all the other fluids too. Thanks for the heads up!

      about 1 year ago
    • Phillip Craggs
      Phillip Craggs

      Inside the filter cap, it says PA 66 GF 30, which is a Nylon with 30% long strand glass fiber reinforcement.

      about 1 year ago
    • RB inatorr
      RB inatorr

      Huh...never knew jeeps had a filter on top of motor

      about 1 year ago
    • SVTWRC
      SVTWRC In reply to RB inatorr

      its so easy you have to love the design.

      about 1 year ago
    • ice adolfo
      ice adolfo

      Thanks really help a lot. i subs

      about 1 year ago
    • SVTWRC
      SVTWRC In reply to ice adolfo

      thank you Ice ! A lot more on the way!

      about 1 year ago
    • Ouzo Lou Garage
      Ouzo Lou Garage

      Thanks for  showing the Jeep JL oil change . We picked up a JL last month same color as yours.

      about 1 year ago
    • Ouzo Lou Garage
      Ouzo Lou Garage In reply to Ouzo Lou Garage

      Will stay tuned for sure . And thanks for making this video going help when i change the oil .We like to also do stuff our self.

      about 1 year ago
    • SVTWRC
      SVTWRC In reply to Ouzo Lou Garage

      ouzo lou Congrats on the JL . We are having too much fun with it, soft top install coming soon with the mirror kit for the doors off too. Stay tuned and enjoy the Jeep!

      about 1 year ago
    • tikifilm
      tikifilm

      Great info! I was curious where you got the torque info for the drain bolt and the filter? I couldn't find that info in the manual. Thanks!

      about 1 year ago
    • SVTWRC
      SVTWRC In reply to tikifilm

      Thanks!! The TQ spec is etched on the Oil filter and the Drain bolt was from multiple searches.

      about 1 year ago