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I found where to drain the oil but cant find the filter anywhere. I did not take all the plastic off however. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
What did you pay used? and that's unfortunate! Should have gone CPO! :nerdI bought it used and do not get free service.
Direct from kia you get you 36 months or 6 services for free for buying the car.I bought mine new and was never told about "Free" service..
What did you pay used? and that's unfortunate! Should have gone CPO! :nerd
Direct from kia you get you 36 months or 6 services for free for buying the car.
I had watched a how to video (not specifically for the Cadenza just vehicles with the same oil filter housing) where the guy opened the oil filter housing and said to let that drain for 5 minutes or so before removing the oil pan drain plug and emptying the oil from there. He never gave a reason why to start with the oil filter housing, anyone know? I would have started with oil pan plug and then while that was draining open the filter housing. Oh I have 2017, if that makes any difference.Does the oil not run all over the place when you take it off or maybe it just drains down and then not full
Wow!! The oil filter is not where I expected it to be on my 2017 3.3L engine. It's actually under the car in front of the passenger side drive axel. I'm going to create a new thread discussing this in more detail since it appears many in this thread have earlier models.