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Old 04-06-2011, 05:14 PM   #1
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Stripped oil Drain Plug Fix

Sometimes when things don't go right and you end up with a stripped oil drain plug, its not the end of the world to fix.
There are repair plugs available that tap new threads as you screw in the new plug.
A word of caution though, make sure you install the new plug real straight into the hole or you will tap it in crooked and it may leak on you.
Heres the part number for one of them.
Napa Drain Plug OS M12-1.75
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