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Fast way is to pull an oil line going into the cooler, pull back the white plastic cover, remove the hair pin and pull the line out and stand back..careful going back in and don鈥檛 loose the hair clip鈥his is usually done when installing a Fumoto drain valve in the drain block
 

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My Hellcat never made it out of the service department in under 1.5 hours. While I haven't put a stop watch on one yet, I think the tech waits the factory's required drain time. All I do is make sure the engine is up to temperature before I take the car in so the oil drains quicker than it would otherwise.
 

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Yeah, no issues in changing your own oil. Just make sure to save your receipts and write down mileage.

- I'm just wondering what the "Deep Tooth Motor" label is referring to?!? I bought my car new and I don't have that sticker on mine....
 

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Nice barn, I have the same welder!

Make a cutout in the splash pan so you don't need to remove it to drain the oil cooler. Make a plastic cover but be sure to tuck the leading edge into the splash pan so it doesn't catch air at high speed. Initially I simply screwed mine on like a patch but when I went for Land Speed Trials, I modified it as stated. They really don't like people that leave pieces behind on the runway. :)
 

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I heard somewhere that if you do your own oil changes you void your warranty. I'm not sure that's correct though.
You have your Owner's Manual? If not, call Dodge customer service and order one or download it.

This is covered in the manual and whoever you heard than from is completely wrong.


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