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Looks like the same filter housing that my 13 sonic had. Easiest oil change ever on that car.
It’s Hyundai’s job for the next 3 years, but good to know.
 

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but there is some kind of small retainer, what will need to be done with it? Can you describe or show step by step how to remove this glass with a filter?
 

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The top of the housing pictured probably screws off to reveal your filter, if it’s like my sonic. You should be able to do this with the proper size socket.
When I changed the oil in the sonic, I drained from the pan, removed top of housing, changed the filter. Plugged back up the drain hole and refilled with new oil. Took like 20 minutes tops.
 

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And what kind of oil do you put into the 1.6 engine?
I use whatever is recommended in the manual. Also Synthetic over regular oil, as I wait until it gets close to the manufacturer recommended interval (7.5k mi or whatever it is converted to km) and scheduling a service isn't always convenient depending on work schedule.

If I used regular oil, I would change oil every 5k mi or equiv in km.
 

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Check owners manual.. Not sure if on the oil cap on engine. Most manufactures used to print it on the oil cap.
0W-20 or 30 Full Synthetic Engine Oil. Change every 7,500 - 10,000 miles
 

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Wow, I really respect you guys who have the gumption to change your own oil. I did plenty of oil changes with my dad back in the seventies, when I was a kid, so I know how to do it. But nowadays, I can't work up the energy to do it myself, when it's so easy to just take it to the dealer.
 

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Не знаю, как у вас в официальных сервисах, но у наших израильтян масло не доливают, заливают, может вообще что-то сломать, и масло заливают не по рекомендации производителя
 

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I don’t know how things are in your official services, but in our Israelis, they don’t add oil, they pour it, they can break something at all, and they pour oil not according to the manufacturer's recommendation
 

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Wow, I really respect you guys who have the gumption to change your own oil. I did plenty of oil changes with my dad back in the seventies, when I was a kid, so I know how to do it. But nowadays, I can't work up the energy to do it myself, when it's so easy to just take it to the dealer.
Definitely too much of a hassle to take the oil to get it recycled and time spent lifting the car to only save $5-10 tops
 

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All are welcome friends. The car is half a year and 6.100 km. The question is, in my manual it is recommended to change the oil once a year or 15,000 km. After half a year, you need to go to service the car. Do you think it is worth replacing the oil earlier than a year or waiting for the manufacturer's increased terms?
 

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Hello everyone!!!
TO-1 is approaching. According to the manual, it is recommended to fill in 5w30 / 5 w40 - A5, ILSAC GF-5 and higher. Servicemen fill in 5w40 C3, that is, the oil is thick for the motor, although the manufacturer also recommends it, but not C3. Tell me what? They will not be allowed to fill their own oil brought for service.
 
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