The pictures from the old oil filter conversion thread are gone, so I'm making a new one.
Everything for a standard oil change, plus
1L5G-6884-BA oil filter adapter (mine came from a Ford Fusion)
Wix 51348XP oil filter. (You can choose your own brand)
ratchet with 10mm socket and 4" extension
7/8" box wrench
1/4" and 3/8" drive torque wrenches
7/8" deep well socket with impact wrench in lieu of box wrench
Gather parts and tools
Do a standard oil drain
Locate the oil sending unit wire and carefully remove it using a pocket screwdriver to depress the tab
Undo 4 10mm bolts holding the filter adapter to the engine block
Clean the engine block with rags and brake cleaner. Try not to spray brake clean directly into the engine.
Remove the oil sending unit from the old adapter. A wrench works with some force, but an impact zips it right off like butter
Using fresh teflon tape, install sending unit into new adapter housing, torque to 15 ft. lbs
Install new adapter onto engine using a new gasket, torquing the bolts to 120 in. lbs. INCH POUNDS, NOT FOOT POUNDS. 120 in. lbs. is 10 ft. lbs.
Reconnect oil pressure sending unit wire
Pour fresh oil into filter, and lube the gasket with the oil.
Spin on the new filter hand tight.
Fill with good synthetic oil (I used Mobil 1 Gold Cap)
Start engine, check for leaks