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Old 01-19-2020, 09:22 AM
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Dennis, I know exactly what you wanted to ask.

Yes, you DO need to reinstall the oil drain plug BEFORE you add the fresh oil.
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@tangofox007 Synthetic or not?
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@tangofox007 Synthetic or not?
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@WolfeJeepTJ Yes doesn’t answer the question the op posted!!

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