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Don't know where the oil plug for my 06 impala

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It is on the pan... it is mildly difficult to find at first glance. look for the gear train portion of the trans axle. (the long "tail" like portion with the cv axle coming out of it) it should be located on the engine in the gap between the engine and that portion of the transmission. have fun hunting!

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