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Went to get an oil change on my 2004 chrysler pacifica, but they refused to do it. they said that when they started to take out the drain plug it felt weird and that the thread was probably worn. do u have to replace the entire oil pan or can you just replace the plug. they did not even try to take it out because they didn't know if they would be able to get it back in.

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You can buy a new oversize oil plug at any parts store and you do not have to replace the oil pan. They were scared they would be stuck for fixing it thinking it was stripped by someone else. cost's $7.00

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