I'll be able to get it. I originally thought the oil filter was up front, there is something black up there that I thought was the oil filter and I was trying to figure out how the heck I was going to get at it. Where the filter actually is I can reach that. If it is too tight, I have a strap that is connected to a small bar. The bar has a hole in it for a screw driver, you turn the bar to tighten the strap then turn it with a screw driver and the strap breaks the filter loose. I have used it several times on the small filters on my cars and motorcycles. I should be good.I have a cap filter wrench and a rachet to take off the filter. Some aftermarket filters (K&N) have a nut welded on top so you can use just a wrench next time. On part numbers the 12 is the case, not sure what the 04 is. I thought they used either 01 or QT/LT for 1. Might be the gallon size. Suck all oil out, turn it over, suck out again, and repeat. Sea-doo uses this technique to get most of the oil out but it doesn't matter much. Use a few rags under the oil filter to avoid spills.