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Oil drain 2007 volkswagon jetta 2.5 sedan

I'm having trouble draining all the oil in my jetta for an oil change. I've removed the filter and some oil has come out. is there another area that i need to remove a screw in order to drain the oil?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Are u sure the crankcase was full, because there is no other place the oil will be except the oil pan, period.

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On the bottom of the oil pan is a bolt you have to take off.

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