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Having trouble been able to access it to get it out any ideas

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Take a long LONG screwdriver and a HAMMER. I used to be a professional mechanic so I used this - - then simply drive the screwdriver through the filter and turn it. It is messy but when all else fails ---
You may also need a huge pair of pliers before it's over - simple do as much with you can with the screw driver - this usually works - but if not use the pliers to get around what is left of the filter. If you can send a picture it will help - so if this fails you - send a pic. There are filter straps you can try - but if they fail the screwdriver will work.
Hope you get it done with my suggestion if all else fails as it sounds like maybe it has.
Gary @ Fix Ya

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After changing my oil a few time`s I got tired of busting my knuckles and it taking for ever.I checked out the plastic drain underneath the oil filter and realized if it was not there,there would be a clear shot to the filter.Oil spills out the filter any way you try to get the filter out so the drain is useless any way.There are 2 bolts holding the drain on.

Figure 1,when putting this bolt back in put some rtv sealant on it.

Figure 2,this bolt only has to be loosened,slide it up and it pops through the hole above.....hmmmmmmmmm starting to look like it is made to come off quick....wonder why[img

Figure 3,clear shot to your filter


Figure 4,wrench has easy access

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Figure 5,Slide filter out.Its just barely slides out so take your time.Clean up spilt oil.....which you would have done any way except this took ten minutes instead of an hour and lot of cussing.Now reverse.

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