I doubt you would have to check it everytime you do an oil change. I check mine before and after off roading, and that's about it.VaTaco1 said:Anybody????
To torque something you'd need a torque wrench to get the correct amount of foot pounds. Or you can entirely guess and just tighten with a regular wrench, which isn't good cause you could strip the thread.
Use a rag under the oil filter when you remove it, as an attempt to not spill oil further down into the engine bay. Be sure the drain plug is in before you add new oil..
The only thing you can grease is the drive shaft. Look around it, there should be nine on a 2 piece d shaft.