The plug will be a giant 25mm bolt right on the bottom of the oilpan.
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Buy a plug wrench.
It takes a 17mm Allen wrench to remove the fill plug.
Get a spark plug socket and wrench that fits the plug body and remove it by turning counter-clockwise.
A 5/8" socket wrench.
Oil drain plug is in the pan You probably have to remove a shield that hides the plug to access it 7/8's wrench to remove plug 14mm socket to remove skid plates
5/8 plug wrench
With a very large pipe wrench !
On mine it takes 14mm.
Yes, you need a wrench to remove oil plug. I think it's 12 mm on that.
An adjustable monkey wrench is ideal for this kind of job.
You will need a Torx style bit or wrench to fit into the plug (size T40). A small pipe wrench which grips the outer flange of the plug can also be used to loosen it.
Remove the spark plug wires from the spark plugs, use an extension for your Allen wrench, and use a spark plug socket to remove the spark plug.
Get a proper sized wrench and turn the plug counter clock-wise.
#1 spark plug is always located at the cylinder closest to the belts.
Remove the wheel, tape up or remove the innerfender-well flap, use a 5/8 spark plug socket, slide it up onto the plug and use a 3/4 wrench on the end of the socket ( I used a ratcheting wrench, they fit in the space nicely). Remove the plug, lube the rubber inside the plug socket for easy removal. The easiest way to install the plug is to put a piece of tubing on the end, lube the threads of the plug and use the tube to spin the plug in. Then use the socket and wrench to tighten. It took me 2 hours today to change mine and this is how I was able to get it done.
14mm and use 6 point sockets if you can