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Old 09-30-2012, 10:12 AM   #1
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Oil Drain Plug too tight

So I bought my Focus almost two weeks ago, and I decided to change the oil. I've been trying to loosen the oil drain plug but it won't budge. I started to round off some of the edges of the bolt so I stopped. I'm fairly new to cars here so I'm a little confused by what people are saying about the threads on the inside being broken. Should I just siphon the oil out?
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