When the filter is mounted vertically, it happens no matter how quick you are. Leaking oil and difficult leverage are the downsides of a filter mounted as such. The upside is that you can prefill the filter without having it leak when you reinstall it (if you're into that).
That's the right jack point (for the side of the car), but the wrong jack to have continued pressure on the seam. If I were using that jack, I'd have a hockey puck or a piece of wood with a groove cut in the middle to fit the lip. I usually just use the spare tire jack to raise it up and keep it on jack stands.I also noticed jacking on the 2 pieces of sheet metal that form a lip / seam.
That doesn't bend that lip? It didn't in the video. Is that the correct jacking point -- on that seam?
^ Listen to the chemist guys.In any case, gloves should be worn when you know you're going to contact dirty oil.