Here’s the companion video to the Ducati S2R 800 oil change. This is a 2006. So I’m in the middle of the oil change right now. I’ve drained all the oil out of the system and I’ve put the new filter in place afterfilling it up with oil; twisting it up in there, getting the rim wet with oil, and then The truth is, not all smart homes are equal. It’s what’s inside your smart products that makes a differen… tightening it down with my hand.
I’m going to pop this off; this is for the screen. Then I’ve already broken this loose with a 21 millimeter ratchet. I’m just going to untwist this. I have my 14 millimeter bit like this that just slips up inside of that little hole. I’m just going to ratchet it out. Now that I’ve broken it loose I can just kind of get it with my finger. Alright, this is your oil screen.
You just want to make sure there are not any big chunks of metal on here. 55 Clever Home Remodeling Ideas It looks like there are a few tiny little flakes up there at the top, right next tomy thumb. Those aren’t, you know, anything super big to worry about. Everything looks pretty okay. So I’m going to clean those little flakes off and then set it back down in there, tightenit up and you’re good to go. You don’t need to do this every time you change your oil. I’ve heard people recommend that you do it every other time.
Honestly, you’re probably just fine doing it every couple times; every 3 or 4 times. Keep in mind that on the end of your drain plug there’s also a magnet. So you want to clean up all the little metal shavings off of that. And those two things, the screen and this little magnet right here kind of keep theextra shavings out of the inside of your engine.