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  • Changing your own oil can be a quick and easy way to make sure that you get the quality oil you want and to make sure the job is done right.
  • [narration over image of a car] SAFETY FIRST "Always use a clean, level surface"
  • [cut to image of oil and tools to use]
  • Oil
  • [narrative over image of tools] It only takes a few tools, a drain pan and a pair of gloves.
  • Oil
  • Oil
  • Tool box
  • It is recommended you change your oil every three months, or every 3,000 miles.
  • [action displaying how to jack up a car] Narrative: "Use of a car jack allows me to get a better look at what I'm doing, but if you have an SUV, it may have enough ground clearance, you wouldn't need a car jack."
  • Steps to take to take, conducted by actor: 1) Don latex gloves 2) Remove drain plug
  • action shots with clear view of each step, narrated by actor
  • 3) Remove filter 4) Insert new filter/drain plug
  • Oil
  • Oil
  • [narrative by actor] "Make sure you check your owners manual for the proper type and weight of the oil you will need."
  • [image with car hood open], narration: Be sure you use a dip stick to check the oil level when your done. [action showing how to do this.]
  • [cut to actor starting the car/inside car] Narration: Now you'll want to start the car to be sure the oil goes into the filter.
  • [video of actor displaying an example of sticker to use to affix to window, advising to get one at Advanced Auto Parts. Running time 3 minutes 33 seconds]

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