The oil from the truck Hyundai Tucson works by lubricating the internal components of the engine to avoid jamming. The manufacturer recommends changing the oil every 3,000 to 5,000 miles, depending on the conditions in which you drive. A limit of 10,000 miles or more between oil changes is hardly acceptable, since oil breaks down over time due to heat generated inside the engine. While the oil helps to control the friction of internal components, and thus the heat output of it is inevitable. So, this heat slowly degrade the oil.
- Lift the front of the Tucson to cricket. You must place it under the wheel axle and lift the vehicle. Go underneath the vehicle and place the drip pan beneath the oil just oil valve.
- Make the cap to the oil valve, so it can drain out.
- Remove the oil filter. It is located directly on the oil valve and screwed to the motor housing. Turn the filter clockwise to remove it.
- Replace the plug once the oil has been drained.
- Place a small amount of new oil on the rubber seal of the new oil filter. Then install the new oil filter.
- Open the valve cover oil and place four liters of new oil. To check the oil level, take the dipstick and wipe it, then take it out again and reinstall. The oil level should be between the upper and lower marks on the dipstick. If this is not the case, you have to keep adding more oil until it comes to brands. Tighten the valve cap when finished.
- Remove the drip pan below the vehicle and the truck to the ground floor.