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Where is the oil drain on a 98 blazer 4.3L 4x4

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It should be located right under to motor oil pan. It's probly a 15mm bolt. Just make sure that it's not the tranny oil drain. If for any reason when you see redish oil draining make sure to plug it right back up- red oil is transmission oil.

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