Yeah. Stick your head under the passenger'* side of the engine compartment, and you'll see it.
Due to it'* placememnt, you'll want a large drip pan to catch the oil in. There'* a frame or suspension piece that likes to catch some of that oil.
I've also never seen an O Ring on any drain plug.
One other note, when replacing your oil filter, on top of giving the gasket a light layer of oil, DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN THE FILTER You may need, well, probably will need, a wrench to get the old one off. Unless your hands are very weak, you do not need a wrench to put the filter back on. Just tighten as much as you can by hand (give it a good grunt) and watch for leaks. Overtightening will destroy the gasket.
1998 SE Midnight Blue Pearl
Gutted airbox, FRAM AirHog, removed MAF Screen, eBay clear corners, extended brake lights
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