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Oil drain plug leaking, changed oil plug and numerous gaskets can"t seem to stop the leak.

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Before you "blame"the plug are you sure thats where the leak is..cos if you look, you may not be able to see the leak coming from above.....wipe it dry,and the casing around it and then CONFIRM its the plug.if it is then use a FIBRE washer NOT COPPER...just hand tight....

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