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    Dumb newbie oil filter question

    So it's oil and filter change time for my N15. I know the filter is in a stupid spot, (I've come from commodores and falcons) but what's the easiest access way? Was thinking of putting it up on ramps and that may be the easiest way to get to the filter. Worth the effort? Thanks.
    Oh, does your average ryco filter have the anti flow back device or does a certain brand have it?

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    Yes ryco filters have anti-drain back valve.
    Is it a sss? If so reach the filter from the top with oil filter pliers.

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    Thanks.Not a sss. Just a normal 1999 pulsar. The ga16d or whatever it's called. (1.6 litre )

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    Yes underneath, ga16 is a pretty ****ty spot upside down.

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