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Old 09-13-2017, 01:52 AM   #41
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looks good. considering one myself.
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Old 09-17-2017, 08:48 PM   #42
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Changed my oil and replaced oil pan bolt
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Changed my oil and replaced oil pan bolt
Any particular reason you replaced it? That's usually a lifetime item, no?

I changed the driver door leather armrest as it was bubbling. I also applied some rubber seal rejuvenator to all the seals in around the door ain't windows. This car is rubber seal galore hahaha
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I replaced all 4 tires today, but now I need to get my struts replaced 😕
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[QUOTE=projektvertx;16096131]Any particular reason you replaced it? That's usually a lifetime item, no?

Seems previous owner rounded the bolt pretty good. I tried everything to get it off even one of those sockets that are supposed to grip anything and nada. Took it to Pep Boys (last resort because I like to change my oil myself, heard horror stories) and they had a tough time getting it off as well. They said it wasn't that it was torqued on too tight, it was that the bolt was rounded so much. Just had them change the oil and put in a new plug. They used Penzoil semi-synthetic and a Puralator One filter that I supplied. Will change back to Castrol next oil change.
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Any particular reason you replaced it? That's usually a lifetime item, no?

Seems previous owner rounded the bolt pretty good. I tried everything to get it off even one of those sockets that are supposed to grip anything and nada. Took it to Pep Boys (last resort because I like to change my oil myself, heard horror stories) and they had a tough time getting it off as well. They said it wasn't that it was torqued on too tight, it was that the bolt was rounded so much. Just had them change the oil and put in a new plug. They used Penzoil semi-synthetic and a Puralator One filter that I supplied. Will change back to Castrol next oil change.
Gotcha, that makes sense. My dad had a horror story happen with him with his oil drain plug at a Honda dealer the one time he gave it to them for an oil change so I know what you mean lol
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