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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-19-2009, 10:18 PM Thread Starter
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Any auto mechanic by or around Frankfort area

Any mechanic by or around Frankfort area? It's for my cousin's 04 toyota sienna. He needs the oil pan replace? He will have the oil pan, gasket, drain plug, and crush washer this wednesday. It's too risky to drive his van far with my temporary fix. It's an easy job, all the bolts are easily exposed, exhaust pipe or beam or anything is covering the pan.

His oil drain plug bolt is totally strip, there's no thread. Hope my temporary fix I did today will hold. I just have no time to do this when the parts gets in. And also I'm about 1 hrs and 15 minutes away from him on a sunday morning drive.

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but I believe napa should have it. Its a drain plug repair kit. I've never used it. But I know they carry it in their catalog.
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dude you got all the parts it shouldn't be a hard job by any means. As long as you can lift the car enough to get a crepper under it. Just do it yourself and save the money. Or are your guys afraid to seeing a shad tree mechanic already stripped out the drain plug.
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