Most times the engine oil filter is not too hard to remove, but occasionally you may encounter a very difficult one. When that happens, if you can’t locate your best special oil filter wrench or you don’t have another driveable car to run to the store, this video should help you. It would be nice if you can make use of the tools you already have in your garage. Depending on what items you have and the kind of car you have, I will show you 4 different ways to remove a stuck engine oil filter. Again it should not cost you much. Note that your garage may have somewhat different items, in which case my video will inspire you to find your own solutions.
Note that tools for oil changing are not that expensive. However, if you can’t locate them or if you don’t DIY often, simple tools shown in this video could come in handy. If you do change your own engine oil often, then investing in better tools may not be a bad idea.
High definition video may help you see all of this better. This video is shot in the 4K UHD setting (if you have 4K TV, you may select this Youtube Setting/Quality).
To see the details of some of the tools I made, please watch the following videos:
The Cheapest Oil Change Using Zero-Cost DIY Tools – in 4K UHD
How to Raise or Lift a Car without Jack without Stand
4 Ways To Make An Engine Oil Funnel & 2 Ways To Pour Oil
Oil Filter Wrench
Engine Oil Change