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Location of oil drain plug on a 2001 porsche 911???

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  • leowernerlv Jun 30, 2009

    Thanks for the response, but this looks like the transmission drain plug not the engine oil drain plug...am I right???

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  • MISTERKRONIC Jun 30, 2009

    SORRY ABOUT THAT HERE IS A BETTER PIC IF YOU STILL NEED TO KNOW WHERE IT IS

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