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Where is the oil drain on a 1996 mitsubishi galant

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I just changed my oil on mine....passenger side. towards the front. You'll see what looks like a pan. It is close to the wheel. The oil filter is on the drivers side. Now mine had a simple plug. yours may need the bolt loosened. In which case look up how to change your oil and follow the directions. Hope this helps.

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You have either a battery with a dead cell that must be replaced, or something is on and draining the battery. Check the under hood, trunk, glove box, brake, parking, and courtesy lights. Open the hood at night and remove the negative cable. When you touch it to the negative battery post if you see a fairly large spark, something is on or something is drawing power. If you see a very tiny spark that is normal as it is the radio & clock pulling power. Replace the battery.

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oil pump is built in the front crank timing cover.

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