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Looking for oil drainplug - 1994 Toyota Previa

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You must look under the motor you will find a oil pan it looks small at one end then curves
down to a bigger part thats ware you will find the plug it looks like a nut in the middle or
at one end on the big part

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The drain plug should be located on the oil pan towards the middle of the van underneath it. It is a screw that you remove just like most vehicles. Just look for the oil pan towards the middle of the van underneath and you should see a small screw. I's sure it takes about 5 Quarts of oil as well including the oil filter.

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Posted on May 29, 2011

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