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The 2007 Toyota Tundra full-size truck is supposed to be "changing the rules" in regards to who's the king of the pickup market: GM or Ford. Is Toyota's newest entry worthy? According to one of my friends who owns one, it easily is -- and then some. In the Midwest where I live, the Tundra is a popular truck, but to those who love to crank up their vehicles on a nice afternoon and perform their own oil changes, the new Tundra may be a tad confusing.

You see, all those undercarriage protection plates, and other little tricks you must perform just to get to the oil filter, can frustrate the self oil-changer who's used to decades of five-minute GM oil changes. Not to worry -- this guide goes step-by-step on how to change the oil in the newer 2007 Tundra. It'll take some patience, but hopefully you'll only be making one trip under the truck once you've assembled all the correct tools, listed here.

I'm sending this post to my friend in the hope that his first Tundra oil change will be a successful one. Based on his cursing about a recent Nissan vehicle that apparently caused a nightmare situation in terms of an oil change, I'm expecting reciprocation from this post in the form of a free dinner. Charles, you hear me?


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  • Nathan

    You can find the full instructions for the oil change at http://mytoyotatrucks.com/Tundra-Articles/DIY-Oil-Change-5.7L.html as well as other Do It Yourself Articles

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