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How do you change oil on a 2001 chevy impala

I just want to know how to change oil on a 2001 chevy impala. I wanna know where the oil drain plug is, and the filter so I can do it myself. I've looked all over the internet and could find any pictures, and the information I find only deals with the sensor being reset. Can anyone help me please?

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The sump bung is usually mounted at the lowest point on the engine, on the sump, generally on the bottom os or one of the sides, the best way to see where your oil filter is, is to buy a new one then look under the vehicle.

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