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Access to oil plug 2004 lowrider

The oil plug located in front left corner of the oil pan is an allen wrench slot, and there is only the width of a finger between it and the frame to get an allen wrench in there, and common allen wrenches are too long before the bend to get between the plug and the frame. Is there a special tool used for this purpose?

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Get an allen key of the correct size saw of (from the long end) enough to fit in the hole plus enough to get a spanner on , fit the sawn allen key to the hole and use an appropriate spanner to undo

hope this helped

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

  • jfhinton45 Sep 02, 2014

    Easier to use a ball allen wrench



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