Re: [DML] Re: removing oil through the dipstick
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Re: [DML] Re: removing oil through the dipstick

Yeah, I bought John Hervey's magnetic plug, but I forgot to ask if it
requires a copper washer. I know the oil filters do. Now where do I get a
DeLorean oil plug wrench?

Farrar Hudkins
#2613 (auto)

On 4/11/08, David Teitelbaum <jtrealty@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>   I have seen many ingenious creations that have been made to channel
> the oil out of the drain into a catch pan so it doesn't get all over
> the frame. If you do it hot just let it drip and then wipe it off. The
> epoxy wipes cleanly. If you try too hard to not be messy you can be
> amazed at the mess you can make! You DO need the correct adapter for
> the drain plug. Using a homemade piece of junk can munch up the drain
> plug and make it much harder next time. The plug can also be replaced
> with one that doesn't require an adapter. If possible try to get a
> magnetic type.
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757
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