There is a good chance that it takes a standard size socket rather than a metric socket, it was like this on my Toyota Celica. 17mm
It is 17mm.
Its a 28mm socket.
I changed my oil today, the drain plug is 15 mm.
It is 25 mm socket.
If it's the "oil" drain plug, the size wrench is, better yet use a socket wrench=13mm.
If the drain plug is original equipment, it takes a 17mm wrench or socket.
it takes 1" socket on it good luck on it
It's in metric: 14mm.
17mm worked for our 2009 this am Feb 14,2009
17mm socket will work fine
Use a proper size box-end wrench or socket to remove the oil drain plug
i use 17 mm for oil pan drain plug,i have odyssey '05,i think that years it the same
I have a 96 Camry and the drain plug is metric - I believe it is 14mm. You will need a socket or wrench of the appropriate metric size.
17 mm socket or boxed in wrench.
If I remember correctly it is 15. Thanks, Wes
Take your socket set and try various sockets until you find one that fits...then look at the size on the side of socket...BINGO!!! now you know the size.
i have an '08 Fusion and mine in 13mm..Yours should be the same.
whichever size fits tightly, probably a metric 15mm
Use a 3/8 ratchet and the correct size socket on the drain plug.
you will need a 14mm socket for the drain plug & a special oil fliter cup socket for the oil fliter. the oil filter cup socket is available from most auto parts stores or your local Toyta dealership.
I think it is a 17 mm socket. If that is not right then try another size. I can assure you that is is a metric size.
The automatic transmission drain plug for most Toyota vehicles is a 10x1.5 thread size, with a head (hex) size of 14mm. You can use a 14mm open end wrench, or a 14mm hex socket, whichever is easier.