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Oil not draining on 2010 heritage, oil plug removed and oil stick out

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I have known oil to turn into jelly and take days before it began to appear from the oil pan.

You could try poking something into the drain hole to make sure it is clear and free from obstruction. If no oil comes out perhaps like the man said there is none there to come out.

Just to be sure try pouring half a pint in to see if that drains ok. If it does I guess you nearly killed your engine.

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That is not a good sign maybe there was none left to drain .

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