How to Change the Oil in a Craftsman Lawnmower



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Change the oil in your lawnmower it is easy to do, and it will prolong the life or your mower. Disclaimer:
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29 thoughts on “How to Change the Oil in a Craftsman Lawnmower

  1. Do I need to mix oil with gas? This is what's confusing and I've googled the crap out of this, but can't seem to find the answer.

  2. Thanks. I have a different mower that's more difficult. But for my neighbor's mowner this helped. Good & done in 15 minutes. The best was knowing how to get that little square thing out. I had that tool and it was so easy. I use a cheap foil baking pan, about $1.50 for a pan and pour the oil into a container I can drop at an oil re-cycle facility. Thanks

  3. Do u add 20 w 40 or 10w 40 oil?  I'd rather use an oil extractor (turkey baster) but too thick- won't fit. Read here- oil extractor works…. will try that – thanks for video- hope white smoke will stop coming out (I tipped it cutting grass on a hill) 🙂

  4. How many ounces does the user manual say to add? How often do you/should you replace the oil?

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