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Oil change 2000 chev blazer...where is the oil drain plug located?

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  • cjones248 Oct 01, 2008

    hey thanks for the quick response. my 17 yr old son is wanting to change his oil...wanted to make sure we were in the right area...thanks

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It will be in the oil pan on drivers side should be a 15mm

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