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Can't find 1998 Jeep Cherokee (6 cylinder) motor oil drain plug

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Just look all over the bottom sides of the oil pan, it should be pretty easy to find.

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You might have a spark plug that is not sparking.  Fuel will still be sprayed into the cylinder and not ignite.  It will then just drain into the crankcase past the rings.  I would pull all your plugs and check the plugs.  If you find one that is soaked in fuel, it's probably the one.

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