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Oil change where is exact location for oil drain plug ?

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Using a gloved hand feel the bottom and the sides of the oil pan until you find it and then use a tight fitting corret wrench to remove it. make sure you are turning it the right way. when replacing it do not overtighten it abd strip it out as that can be a disaster.

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