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Tip #1 - Put Your Oil Cap On The Hood Latch

January 17, 2019

Our first pro tip is short and sweet, an essential "best practice" for those who change their own oil.

Video: Set Oil Cap On Hood Latch While Performing Oil Service

When performing oil service on your car, make it a habit to set your oil filler cap on your hood latch. That way, when you finish your project, you won't be able to close the hood until you've remembered to put the cap back on.

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