(4) The student knows the functions and applications of the tools, equipment,
technologies, and materials used in automotive services. The student is
(A) safely use hand and power tools and equipment commonly employed in the
maintenance and repair of vehicles;
(B) properly handle and dispose of humanly and/or environmentally hazardous
materials used in maintaining and servicing vehicles; and
(C) demonstrate knowledge of new and emerging automotive technologies.
•Make a power point of your assigned repair including the tools used to make the
repair. Include a new automotive technological advance related to your repair in
your power point. Successfully complete your repair during class time. The group
given oil change will be responsible for explaining how to dispose of the used oil
What Tools Do I Need When
CHANGING OIL ON A Vehicle ?
• Oil filter ranch.
• Oil drain plug ½ in ranch .
• Oil pan so the oil can drain in.
• First you must jack up your car then go
under it and stick the oil pan under the oil
drain plug. Then take off the drain plug and
get back because HOT oil will come out
and in to your oil pan.After all the oil is out
then you must take off the old oil filter and
then put the new one on then put the drain
plug back on.Last but not lest add the new
• The best way to dispose of you oil properly
is to put it into milk jugs and take to the
nearest oil recycle center.