How ToHow to Change Oil on KIA Optima and Sorento jr69 6 years ago 24 Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article Changing the oil on newer cars is fairly easy. Tool Dude shows you how to change the oil on two new KIA’s in this episode of How to Fix Sh#t 101 in HD. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Related Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts How To Fix A PS3 – The TechPros jr69 November 18, 2012 Mitsubishi Timing belt Part 2 jr69 December 27, 2012 2011 Warrior Expo | Amphenol Fiber Optic Solution jr69 January 3, 2013 How to Draw Bruce Lee Step by Step Part 2 jr69 December 15, 2012 How to Take Care of a Puppy: Bringing a Puppy Home jr69 April 8, 2015 How to Get Fit : How to Exercise With Beta Blockers jr69 August 29, 2014 About The Author Jarev More from this Author 24 Comments MpowerSkill November 6, 2012 Thank you so much! kimi911 November 6, 2012 Hey, this was a brilliant video!I did want to tell you, the Xtended Guard Oil filters you used are some of the best oil filters in the business. Sadly, the Xtended guard (now to be called Ultra) are not too commonly found. You normally find the Tough Guard and Extra Guard which have cardboard end caps inside.So while most Frams don’t look too good inside, the ones you used are the exception!However, if there is a bulletin out and everything, better to use OEM, but no harm done! tooldudetony November 6, 2012 You can get them at the Kia dealer when you buy the filter. They are under a buck. They also have them at places like O’Reilly’s, but the ones from Kia are thicker and see to seal better. Thanks for asking. Kimberly Garcia November 6, 2012 dude your awesome Paul Hong November 6, 2012 Where did you buy gasket for drain plug? And do you have to ever replace drain plug? thanks! kontakt501 November 6, 2012 thanks tony…i really learned alot and appreciate your hard work in putting this video together. im so tired of being ripped off that i want to chnage my oil. Lancer Whitaker November 6, 2012 Good SHIT I liked it straight to the point easy to follow accurate and dude is pretty cool CheckItOut41 November 6, 2012 Haha. This video is great! Very easy to watch, easy to understand, and you explain things enough but not too much. Thanks, Tool Dude Tony! Larry Headley November 6, 2012 Great video, Tony. Keep up the good work. tooldudetony November 6, 2012 I just bought some Kia oil filters from Kia. They were only $6. That’s cheaper than those crappy Fram filters from Wally World…. :) tooldudetony November 6, 2012 — I did a year ago. Got some great deals. This Optima is loaded and lots of fun. The Sorento has a 4 cylinder engine and gets 25 mpg in the city and 30 on the highway — For real! Plenty of power too. They are nice cars. john1240able November 6, 2012 tooldudetony did you just buy to new kia. tooldudetony November 6, 2012 — I didn’t know that. No more Fram filters for me. Thanks! TheMadhatter2561 November 6, 2012 You know there’s a TSB put out by Kia/Hyundai about FRAM filters, right? I wouldn’t use FRAM even if it was given to me. Kia/Hyundai oem filters are about $6 and light years better than FRAM. tooldudetony November 6, 2012 — Really, I hate wearing gloves and only did it for the video to set a good example. Something else is more likely to kill me than oil. Crypes. tooldudetony November 6, 2012 — It’s hard to see stuff looking through a camera some time. I’ve changed that oil before. I really should rehearse some of this stuff I do. But then, it wouldn’t be tool dude style. Thanks for watching. Aqrab1 November 6, 2012 very very good video and you are a funny :)thank you for the help MrBurnTec November 6, 2012 orrrrr take it back to walmart and say i got the wrong one Evlh4x November 6, 2012 Hahaha gloves…Who needs gloves… tooldudetony November 6, 2012 – I wish this had the turbo option, but I couldn’t wait to get it. The turbo would probably get me in trouble anyway. Without the turbo, it definitely wants 5w-20. Thanks iateyourd0gg November 6, 2012 For Optima turbo 5w-30 is recommended. fondupot November 6, 2012 man ur oil was dirrrty. good video tho. wantonfly10 November 6, 2012 Thanks tony. Felt so silly not able to find the oil drain cover. Great video! hh1608 November 6, 2012 It was smart of you to use gloves so you don’t get oil on your hands lol.