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Location of oil plug for 98 explorer sport. Is it behind passenger tire and not on bottom but side of pan ? I also see a small plug on rear of same pan.

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Oil drain bolt should be facing pass front tire. it's a 13mm wrench to remove it unless aftermarket bolt. it is angled like if it runs out it would land on inner portion of rim,right front tire.

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