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Location of oil plug to drain and change oilon a 95 camry 2200

Location of oil plug on a 95 camry 2200

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Oil drain plug is on bottom rear of motor passenger side of car.

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For your car the Oil filter should be on the front left side of the engine as you look at it.
You will more then likely have to remove a small body panel to access it.
The drain plug should be located on the left side of the oil pan as well.

The Filter your car requires is a Wix #51348
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  • If your car has a low clearance, raise it by driving it onto a ramp or by jacking it up and supporting it securely. 
  • Open the hood and place the new oil and funnel on top of the engine to ensure that you won't forget to add oil afterwards. 
  • (an expensive mistake that many do-it-yourselfers make!).


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