Here is a basic DIY video on how to change your oil. I would add the following tips: Lay out a plastic drop cloth to catch any oil spills. Use low profile car ramps instead of jack stands. Use an oil socket wrench to remove tight oil filters. Make sure that the rubber gasket from the old filter comes off and does not stick to the mounting plate. Use a plastic zip lock bag to dispose of the used oil filter. Buy a better SRT oil filter (Part # MO-041) rather than a standard MOPAR filter (You can buy one from E-Bay for around $12). Buy two 5 qt. jugs. They are cheaper per qt. than single qts. (You can buy a 5 qt. jug of Mobil 1 from Walmart for only $22. In addition, Mobil 1 is currently offering a $12 rebate. That comes to $2 per qt. for full synthetic)! Pour the new oil in slowly. Do not over tighten the oil filter, drain plug (20 lb/ft) or the 10mm skid plate bolts (35 lb/ft). Pour the used oil into the empty jugs and take them to an auto parts store that recycles oil. Also, while you are under the car, paint the rust-covered front suspension parts and bolts with black gloss Rust-O-leum. It only takes a few minutes and makes the underside of your car look 1000% better.