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hpop oil change?

Im gonna change my oil in my truck on sunday. Its over due . I was wondering if it would be a good idea to change the oil in the hpop as well just so everything is fresh. And how do u drain the oil in the hpop. Or do u have to suck it out? Any info will help ive never messed with the hpop before



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Doesn't hurt..may get some air into the HPOP...its the same oil thats in the crankcase, but thats a secrete as some think its special.....about 3/4 quart. You have to suck it out.
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Ya i knew it was the same oil thats in the motor just didnt know if it was more of a headache than its worth.



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It won't help the HPOP specifically, because of the way it circulates. But it's one more quart of old oil out, one more quart of new oil in. Takes me about two minutes to pump it out with a $5 Harbor Freight hand siphon pump. Put a quart or so directly into the res with a funnel and there's no air introduced.
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Weird..OBS and SD's I have done many and none take more than 3/4 qt..even after rez removal?
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Weird..OBS and SD's I have done many and none take more than 3/4 qt..even after rez removal?
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