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Location of the oil pan, 2001 Accent

Embarassed i'm asking what should be a ridiculously simple question...trying to help a friend change the oil. Can't locate where the oil pan underneath the car is. Oh yeah, car has not been driven in over 2 years, and rarely ever started in that period as well. What all do you recommend servicing...and can I do it myself, provided I get a manual of some sort. thanks!!!!

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