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Replacing The Oil And Oil Filter On A Stelvio/Giulia 2.9 Quadrifoglio


The oil filter is now supplied complete with the cap and seal which is tightened to 25nm. This 'how to' is based on the Giulia.

Oil filter 670051032, sump plug washer 55196309 and engine oil 16113701/16115019








If you would like to BOOK yourself in the price of this service in our workshop for the Giulia is £282.60 and the Stelvio £282.60

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Unclip the air box outlet pipes on both sides.

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Disconnect the two breather hoses on both sides.

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Separate the two rubber concertinas to the air housing box.

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Pull off the plastic engine cover.

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Unclip the coolant tank return hose at the top right corner (facing the engine).

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Remove the air housing box.

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The cap to the oil filter housing is 32mm.

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Remove the cap and oil filter.

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Unscrew the oil filler cap.

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Undo x18 T30 (Torx) screws and remove the undertray.

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Undo the 13mm sump plug...

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...and drain the oil into a suitable container.

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Using a new sump plug washer replace the sump plug.

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Screw the new oil filter back into the oil filter housing.

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Pour in the recommended engine oil (about 7.5 litres but check your hand book) and screw the filler cap back on.

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Start the engine briefly to circulate the oil. The dip stick is located just in front of the oil filler cap.

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Check the level on the dip stick and top up the oil if needed.

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