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Old 10-06-2010
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The first time I changed the oil filter on my 07 2.3 auto I was flipped... It written in French and why so small? I was able to find one of those Fram Quick-Drain oil pan drain plugs. It drains a bit slow but I don't have the mess like I used to have. Yeah , with all the braineyack on this site you wonder why they even answer us at all. Good Luck with the 2010....one more year and its all over for the Range, its a shame too....great truck.....Great!!!
Remove the oil fill cap, it should drain faster.
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