Toyota Corolla Oil Drain Plug

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Clean surface first & turn 1/8-1/4 to the right.

Patrick

in 8 months

It will work better if you clean the surrounding of the drain hole first with brake cleaner. If necessary, use a scraper to get rid of anything that will be covered by the circle magnet. This way the magnet is in full force. Also, if you see small drops, turn the plug 1/8-1/4 to the right to put the plug in its right place. Its kind of a trial and error thing. So I suggest, you put less than one quart of oil first before going all the way. I don't recommend using synthetic oil with this plug because it is so thin that it will just leak a few drops. Overall, I am happy because this item prevented me from using an oversize plug on the steel oil pan and from changing the oil pan itself.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2007 Toyota Corolla CE

It will work better if you clean the surrounding of the drain hole first with brake cleaner. If necessary, use a scraper to get rid of anything that will be covered by the circle magnet. This way the magnet is in full force. Also, if you see small drops, turn the plug 1/8-1/4 to the right to put the plug in its right place. Its kind of a trial and error thing. So I suggest, you put less than one quart of oil first before going all the way. I don't recommend using synthetic oil with this plug because it is so thin that it will just leak a few drops. Overall, I am happy because this item prevented me from using an oversize plug on the steel oil pan and from changing the oil pan itself.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2007 Toyota Corolla CE

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The bolt didn’t fit my car.

N8

in 7 months

I bought this drain plug because I realized the drain plug on the car I had recently bought (a 2003 corolla) was just siliconed on. When I tried to screw the new plug in it wouldn’t. I had to us the old plug with the new washer which thankfully seemed to do the job.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2003 Toyota Corolla

I bought this drain plug because I realized the drain plug on the car I had recently bought (a 2003 corolla) was just siliconed on. When I tried to screw the new plug in it wouldn’t. I had to us the old plug with the new washer which thankfully seemed to do the job.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2003 Toyota Corolla

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Bolt did not fit

Edmund

in 7 months

I bought the plug to use on my car because figured I may as well have a new plug as well as a new plug gasket. When I tried screwing it into the drain plug hole, it was too large. I really didn't want to try to force it in when it obviously didn't fit (the original bolt fit like a well-oiled glove). I just used the gasket on the original gasket and didn't sweat it. Next time I will only buy the gasket.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2003 Toyota Corolla LE

I bought the plug to use on my car because figured I may as well have a new plug as well as a new plug gasket. When I tried screwing it into the drain plug hole, it was too large. I really didn't want to try to force it in when it obviously didn't fit (the original bolt fit like a well-oiled glove). I just used the gasket on the original gasket and didn't sweat it. Next time I will only buy the gasket.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2003 Toyota Corolla LE