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Old 03-11-2008, 04:55 AM   #11
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the plug is striped and i cant find one that will fit, id rather not go drilling around down there really, i guess im stuck putting oil in every week or so :( i just got an odd duck out or something iunno
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No you don't have to let it leak. It'* one of two plugs:



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2.) "337 65371 Oil Drain Plug". This is the incorrect plug for the Supercharged motor from 91-95. This Dorman part number is for the 95-current L36 3800 NON-supercharged which uses an M12-1.75 thread. Your listing is incorrect (and I ordered assuming it was correct). Upon further digging, it should be:

DORMAN Part # 65202 {AutoGrade Hardware Pilot Point Thread Size 1/2"-20 Under-Head Length 7/8" Head Size 9/16" Head Style Flanged Hex}
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(This is the correct drain plug for the L67 Series 1 Supercharged engine from 91-95)
Can you please send me this correct plug?
(Info from my Rock Auto Botched Order topic)

Every auto parts store has these on the shelf in either size. Yours is one or the other. I would expect yours to be the metric, but stranger things have happened.
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