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    Posted: 01 Feb 2010 at 1:14am
If your drain plug is not doing to well on your 620 gas tank I got you covered.Go to  Autozone and tell them you want a oil drain plug for a 1999 Toyota corolla, the 620 gas tank drain plug is 12mm x 1.25 thread pitch. The Toyota corolla oil drain plug is 12mm x 1.25 thread pitch as well. So save your self the headache, I have had a headache all day from researching this. My headache was big enough for all members of the site combined Shift+R improves the quality of this image. Shift+A improves the quality of all images on this page. I haven't done this step yet, I am going tomorrow and get the yota drain plug and I will update with results.
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GREAT tip slam!!
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Originally posted by EzCruiser EzCruiser wrote:

GREAT tip slam!!

Now give me 2 Tylenol pm's Shift+R improves the quality of this image. Shift+A improves the quality of all images on this page.
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or do this to your tank :P


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Okay the results are in, so I went to Autozone and asked for a oil drain plug for a 1999 a Toyota corolla. I got it home and backed the POS part that was Jerry rigged in there and installed the yota oil drain plug and guess what, it worked like a charm. So please don't waste your time just get the 1999 Toyota corolla oil drain plug. I am glad the I can be of help to our site. This might work on 510's or others. Thumbs Up
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good job Slam!!! this is very usefull information i wished you lived closer i would have brought you some tylenol over last night after you figured this out
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Originally posted by Knottyhead Knottyhead wrote:

good job Slam!!! this is very usefull information i wished you lived closer i would have brought you some tylenol over last night after you figured this out

Thanks for the noticing a good job and thanks for the Tylenol offer Shift+R improves the quality of this image. Shift+A improves the quality of all images on this page.
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hey Rusty can we make this a stuck topic? this may come in usefull to some people down the road i have never read this info anywere and i had to go to the salvage yards years ago to get a drain plug.
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Originally posted by Knottyhead Knottyhead wrote:

hey Rusty can we make this a stuck topic? this may come in usefull to some people down the road i have never read this info anywere and i had to go to the salvage yards years ago to get a drain plug.

Yeah that is not a bad idea, Rusty lets pin this so people will find it with ease.
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done deal
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