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I'm not sure exactly where the drain plug is... I think I found it... but can't turn it... just need to k ow I'm don it right...

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Warm the engine to HOT/operating temperature...
if you've found the plug..(nothing else would look or be shaped like it no doubt)
cool JUST the plug down quickly with ice cubes or an upside down can of compressed air or A/C refridgerant sprayed on it.
(tap it first with a hammer on the flat side facing you of course)
use correct size socket(try several for tight fit-SAE or Metric)or try the new type sockets that grab the sides of the nut if you can or can borrow one.-they sell them at AuotZone or other stores..
like the Metrinch tools (check eBay or the price bc they WORK !!)
also check APEX sockets on eBay for the one you need..nice sockets
Good luck!

Posted on Sep 30, 2010


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