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Where is the drain plug on a 2002 Monte Carlo?

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2011-09-13 10:40:19
2011-09-13 10:40:19

I guess you are looking for the oil drain plug. It is a bolt that is underneath the car between the front wheels. The oil resovoir is, I think, made out of aluminum that is why it is silver in clor as opposed to the rest of the under carriage which is dark. Have your pan ready because the oil will come out fast, try to hold onto the drain plug while you are draining, it's a real pain to dig through the old oil to look for your plug.

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If your looking for the radiator plug its on the bottom left of the radiator, might want to remove the plastic air deflector first.

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