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Late Model Restoration

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After driving our car back from Ohio, taking it to the LMR Cruise-In, and running it at the drag strip, it has been an eventful 2,700 miles for our new S650. While it is still well within the recommended oil life, we figured we would go ahead and change our oil and showcase the procedure for you to follow along with. There is nothing too special about this oil change when compared to previous Coyote cars, but knowing what you need to remove will be crucial.

Check out the procedure below:

S650 Mustang How To Change Oil In 2024 Mustang GT + Oil Life Reset 2024MustangOilChange_YThumbnail
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Nice instruction video. i personally prefer the zip lock back method for the oil filter vs the card board slide :cool: . Either way keeps the area clean and mess free. It would be nice to see a company produce an aluminum under cover with a 1-2 bolt access panel to replace the stock cover. Until then, having an electric ratchet for this, is a must.
 

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Those plastic fasteners will get lost/get damaged. Could somebody please post part numbers for all in there? I would like to buy a bag of those. thanks in advance!
 

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Nice instruction video. i personally prefer the zip lock back method for the oil filter vs the card board slide :cool: . Either way keeps the area clean and mess free. It would be nice to see a company produce an aluminum under cover with a 1-2 bolt access panel to replace the stock cover. Until then, having an electric ratchet for this, is a must.
I usually end up using the filter box
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