Next you will need to lift your vehicle so that it is in a comfortable position for you to go under and work. Be sure that you only use the recommended lift points and the proper equipment when lifting your vehicle to insure your safety ( Because your safety is important to me) .
Positioning The Drain Tank
Once you have your vehicle in the air, in a safe and comfortable position you can now go under and locate the drain plug, it is usually labeled. Once you have located the drain plug, position the drain tank approximately 1 inch in front of the drain plug.
Unscrewing Drain Plug
Now that you have located the drain plug use a wrench to unscrew the plug, unscrew till the plug is loose and then proceed to unscrew with your hand ( be sure to pull your hand away quickly with the bolt in hand as the oil will come out quickly).
Drain And Unscrew Filter
While you are letting your oil drain, locate your oil filter. Once you have located your oil filter unscrew using your hand (The filter will still contain some oil be sure to loosen, let oil drain then take out). Some filters will be too tight or will require a special tool. Once you have your filter out insure that the rubber ring gasket has come out with the filter as shown in the picture above.
Tightening The Drain Plug
Once your oil has been drained hand screw your drain plug back, Then use your wrench and tighten the bolt ( Be sure not to over tighten the drain plug as doing so will crack or strip the bolt).
When replacing your oil filter be sure that you put in a brand new oil filter every time you do an oil change on your vehicle. Dip the tip of your finger (Just the tip) in your oil tray or filter and apply it around your filter to help the rubber gasket to go in, using your hand screw in and tighten your filter till a snug fit. Double check that the drain plug and the filter are both snug and then wipe off the split oil.