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50mm welsh plug on toyota 2y engine, is it in the water jacket or the oil sump

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SOURCE: oil sump drain plug

most likely a 17MM

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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SOURCE: engine knocking on toyota corolla after replacing damaged sump

oil pan and sump damage are very likely to lead to oil distribution problems, this is not temporary, if you hear a knock have it checked by a local mechanic who can verify it for you, it is possible that the engine is damaged internally.

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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SOURCE: 1997 Mercedes Benz C280 - oil change

hello,sorry,i just read your comments,better to remove your sump guard,(be careful),to see the oil drain plug,

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SOURCE: OIL LEAKING FROM TOP OF GEAR BOX

is it coming from transfer case gasket?its mounted to gearbox or breather

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