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Oil pan drain plug

I'm trying to change the oil in a 2002 ford escape, but can't locate the oil pan drain plug. Help

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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

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