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Where is the oil plug for 2006 4.2 liter Ford Freestar?

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It will be easy to locate. It will be the lowest point on the oil pan at the bottom of the engine. You will find it if you get underneath the vehicle. Probably a 14 or 15 millimeter plug.

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