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Where is the oil filter located?
It is usually either on the bottom or the side of of the oil pan. The drain plug is sometimes located near the crankshaft, which is the shaft connected directly to the underside of the engine block that supplies power to the moving parts of the vehicle.
How many quarts of oil does a Ford Explorer take?
|5W-20 (Above -29) To improve cold start in extreme climates where the ambient temperature is -22 F (-30 C) or below use 0W-20 oil meeting WSS-M2C947-A.
|6 quarts (with filter)After refill check oil level.
|20 ft/lbs (Oil Drain Plug)
What kind of oil does a Ford Explorer take?
The 2017 Ford Explorer only uses synthetic oils but the viscosity and capacities vary by engine type. The 2.3L 4 -cylinder engine uses SAE 5W-30 and can hold 5.7 quarts. The 3.5L V6 prefers SAE 5W-20 filter and holds 6 quarts. The 3.5L V6 Turbo also holds 6 quarts but at a viscosity of SAE 5W-30.
How often should oil filter be changed?
Many manufacturers recommend that the oil filter be replaced every second time you get your oil changed. So, if you’re on a 3,000-mile cycle you’d change your filter every 6,000; if you’re on a 6,000-mile cycle (as with most modern vehicles) you’d change out every 12,000.
What type of oil does a 2003 Ford Explorer use?
The 4.0L can hold 5.0 quarts and the 4.6L can hold 6.0 quarts when changed with the filter. The 2003 ford explorer v6 uses advanced sae 5w-30 full synthetic motor oil. The 2003 ford explorer uses the sae 5w-30 oil type.
How many quarts of oil does a 2002 Ford Explorer v8 take?
Capacity: 6 quarts (with filter)When refilling, remove dipstick to provide adequate venting and allow oil to flow into crankcase. After refill, check oil level.
What type of oil does a 2004 Ford Explorer take?
Ford Explorer 4.0L 2004, Extended Performance™ SAE 5W-30 Full Synthetic Motor Oil, by Mobil 1®.