Remember to tell him to drain the timing cover, too. It's pretty tough to describe all of the drain points and thingys on a 70D if you don't have an operator's manual in hand. People start adding motor oil to the FRG because the lettered series used motor oil, they crank the dip stick tight to check the level when it it is supposed to just rest on the top of the threads, drain the pony AFTER they added fresh oil to the diesel crankcase. Unless you've been around one, it really takes an hour of manual stud to make certain that you do things right and in the correct order.
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