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Oil pan I HAVE A 2006 CHRYSLER PACIFICA THAT HAS A SCREW IN AND WONT COME OUT AND I TAKE IT TO A SHOP TO CHANG THE OIL AND THE SCREW WON`T COME OUT WHAT AM I TO DO

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Take it to a good automotive repair shop not an oil change center
they will get it out for you

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