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Old 12-26-2013, 03:19 AM   #1
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First chage oil motor!!!

hello i need help is my first chage oil motor my jeep is wrangler x model 2002

my question are oil motor 10 30w is good? and spark plug bosh platinium is good? same trade to oill filter?

please hel me!!!!!

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Wow guys, nice.
Ever think that English might not be first language?
Be nice sheesh
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...i for one am pleased we got another oil thread in for 2013...

...i truly enjoy these...and yup...i see something new in every one of them...

...it's also fun to wait and see how long it takes for the thread to either die, or digress into near name calling debauchery...

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Walmart does oil change Ana
Just go to walmart tell them you need OIL CHANGE nada mas ok ........
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hello i need help is my first chage oil motor my jeep is wrangler x model 2002

my question are oil motor 10 30w is good? and spark plug bosh platinium is good? same trade to oill filter?

please hel me!!!!!
...platinum plugs will be fine!

...do a bosch oil filter iffin ya wanna...but wix is good too..

...10w-30 or 5w30...look at what the motor company recommends for your motor and climate...
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Did someone say debauchery? Wow bonus have debauchery and oil with spark plugs. Kinky! I see a wrenching party.
Ana just take it to jiffylube and save yourself and your soul.
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Wow guys, nice. Ever think that English might not be first language? Be nice sheesh
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In Cali 10-30 is perfect, oil change could be from 3000 to 7500 depending on need or preference. Filter choice is important, go with name brand and it will be fine. Please forgive my sarcastic wit... or the half of it you saw on my post earlier.
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Also there is some simple videos on youtube if you are unfamiliar with the process, as mentioned 10-30 works, however i would run only champion plugs, i have run only champion regular plugs and my jeep runs great!
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thanks for help!!!!!

yes my english sucks , thats not my first lenguage
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oil motor 10 30w is good?
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spark plug bosh platinium is good?
no, if you're going to use a platinum tipped plug use Champion 7034 double platinum or Autolite APP985 double platinum

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same trade to oill filter?
any filter

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yes my english sucks , thats not my first lenguage
No problem, Ana. Welcome aboard. We all come from somewhere else anyway. Heck, I wish I could speak a second language as well as you speak english. French or Spanish would be nice, preferably French. Voulez-vous coucher...eh nevermind. lol.
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I'm lost about the number 1. Mississippi, yes. But, I'm from California, and I don't think I'm agreeing with that one.
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hello i need help is my first change oil motor my jeep is wrangler x model 2002

my question are oil motor 10 30w is good? and spark plug bosh platinum is good? same trade to oil filter?

please help me!!!!!
Any major brand of 10W-30 motor oil will be fine Ana. Good brands of motor oil include Valvoline, Mobil, Castrol, Shell, Pennzoil, Quaker State, etc.

I would not use a Bosch spark plug, that brand doesn't often run well for very long in Jeep engines. Two very good platinum spark plugs that will perform very well for 100,000 miles include the Champion 7034 or Autolite APP-985.
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Wow. What's with the douchebaggery? You would think some of you have never encountered anyone who learned something other than english first or a woman willing to turn a wrench, but both? DOES NOT COMPUTE.
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Ana let's look at this from a business point. A oil change is not that expensive to get done at a lube shop. The cost of doing it wrong is very expensive. From cross treading the drain plug and spark plugs to double sealing the filter. It's just not worth the pain. Not to mention broken nails. Save the wrenching for other stuff like bumpers and lift kits for wrenching parties.
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Guys, lighten up on Ana. First, not all women are incompetent around vehicles as a few of you are assuming. Second, she may be getting the parts for someone else to install for her if she's not installing them herself.

She asked a simple question and we got everything from complaints about her English to telling her she might break a nail doing this work. I mean, come on now.
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Old 12-26-2013, 09:55 AM   #19
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Ana let's look at this from a business point. A oil change is not that expensive to get done at a lube shop. The cost of doing it wrong is very expensive. From cross treading the drain plug and spark plugs to double sealing the filter. It's just not worth the pain. Not to mention broken nails. The the wrenching for other stuff like bumpers and lift kits for wrenching parties.
Lol if changing oil is a pain for you I know women in the military who model on the side that would run circles around you with super hornet parts on their backs.
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Lol if changing oil is a pain for you I know women in the military who model on the side that would run circles around you with super hornet parts on their backs.
That's funny because I don't think Ana has carried super hornet part on her back. And for you to think that she can is ignorant when she is asking for what weight of oil to use. Everyone has different abilities based on the question she has not on the verbiage she has little to no mechanical experience.
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What is up this morning people? Why are so many into busting people's chops and assuming what people can or cannot do? What, did a lot of you guys just get lumps of coal in your stockings for Christmas? At this point, a few of you in this thread certainly are deserving of lumps of coal.
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That's funny because I don't think Ana has carried super hornet part on her back. And for you to think that she can is ignorant when she is asking for what weight of oil to use. Everyone has different abilities based on the question she has not on the verbiage she has little to no mechanical experience.
My fiance changed the oil on my tj with zero mechanical ability while I was on deployment. English is her second language and she spends most of her time translating for bank customers. Guess what? She did a fantastic job for her first time. Don't underestimate what someone can do when they have the desire to learn.
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My fiance changed the oil on my tj with zero mechanical ability while I was on deployment. English is her second language and she spends most of her time translating for bank customers. Guess what? She did a fantastic job for her first time. Don't underestimate what someone can do when they have the desire to learn.
So if Ana makes a mistake are you paying for the damages? All I'm saying is it's not that expensive and can save a lot if hardship if something goes wrong. Not to mention everything she is doing is critical to the function of the vehicle. If she want to learn to wrench, sure start with none critical components. Or have someone to help her. Apprentice and master system.
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Oh for God's sake Ditchdoc, what is up this morning with the BS posts like in this thread??? Why are you up on such a high horse this morning and insinuating she's incompetent when you don't know her or who is even going to be doing the work?

Crap, all she did was ask for a recommendation of what weight of engine oil and spark plugs to use. Instead of offering help, you basically tell her she's too incompetent and to pay a shop to do the job instead. Then make the snide comment that she should be worried about "broken nails".

If she hasn't forever decided against ever asking another simple question here on WR because of the inappropriate and unasked for advice she's getting here from people like you, I wouldn't blame her.
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So if Ana makes a mistake are you paying for the damages? All I'm saying is it's not that expensive and can save a lot if hardship if something goes wrong. Not to mention everything she is doing is critical to the function of the vehicle. If she want to learn to wrench, sure start with none critical components. Or have someone to help her. Apprentice and master system.
The resources to learn how to do something like change oil are endless. Youtube, google, forums etc. She found her way to a forum right? She's not totally helpless. Your little "break a nail quip" implies that you believe otherwise.
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Dude it's an oil change. The questions asked weren't out of the ordinary.
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It seems that most of you didn't read the entire question. She is also looking at doing spark plugs. YouTube is great but is mostly in English it may also Ana may understand things in metric not sae. I often see this as I work international and have to change often between sae and ISO.
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I think you guys need to calm down and let Ana decide for herself
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