Question about 2007 Ford Bantam 1.3i
Where engine oil drain plug located
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It only has 1 oil pan which is call a dual resreve. One oil plug is a the bottom of the pan the other is at the front of the oil pan. Look at the front of the oil pan for the other drain plug. Make sure on how many quarts of oil it takes. ( I know 5.0 take 5 quarts including oil filter. But then again its a van double check)
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
SOURCE: oil pan drain plug
The drain plug is on the back side of the aluminum oil pan, your going to have to use a 15 mm socket to remove the oil plug.
Good luck and here is a link to changing the oil for your escape if your have not done it before. http://fordescapefixit.com/oil.html
Posted on May 29, 2009
The radiator does, however, have a pet-**** or drain plug on the left side of the radiator. It is here where you can drain the radiator and engine. Keep in mind that all the water will not be removed because by nature of the block's position in the compartment, unless you use a flushing tee, you won't be able to remove all the anti-freeze. ---------------- It's called a drain **** and it's straight down behind and under the radiator on the left side way down there. Even though it's way down there it's still easier than getting to it from the bottom. It's not a typical screw type device though. It has a notch (metal tip coming out of one side of it and no threads. Just turn 3/4 turn and pull straight out. thanks
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
SOURCE: Where is the oil drain
If you need a diagram, you really should not be doing this. Can you afford a new engine? maybe you need to find a good reliable repair shop to handle your cars needs. Stay away from Franchises, find out where your friends take their cars.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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