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I loosen the filter and put a plastic bag over it before it starts to drip. Grab the bag with the filter trapped inside and lower though the hole.

I've done this several times and make almost no mess whatsoever.

Yep, that's the way I do it too! Works like a charm!

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Re: Question for those who change their own oil (Hemi)

Or use an old 2-liter bottle. Cut the bottom off. Slide it over and unscrew the filter. I haven't done this yet on my GC but have used this technique before in other vehicles. You can reuse the bottle too.
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Re: Question for those who change their own oil (Hemi)

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Or use an old 2-liter bottle. Cut the bottom off. Slide it over and unscrew the filter. I haven't done this yet on my GC but have used this technique before in other vehicles. You can reuse the bottle too.

Good idea will have to try that. I use the "bag" method as well now. Helps but I still have some clean up to do after. Usually I just plan on cleaning my under carriage at oil change time. Spray it down with degreaser and give it a go with a light stream from the power washer.

I took the filter "ramp" piece out. I found it got in the way and still made a mess in the process.


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