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I have a1985 Honda Civic Hatchback and I'm wanting to change my oil, however, it seems as though my oil plug is round and I did not see any way to way to get a wrench or ratchet head in the plug. Is there a special tool to do this with or is there a diagram that I can look at to figure it out with or perhaps you have a suggestion?

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You must be looking at the wrong plug. It should be a 10mm bolt on the side of the oil pan. No special tools requierd.

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