Correct Oil Drain Plug Replacement Part Number?

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Correct Oil Drain Plug Replacement Part Number?

Post by FFS » Tue Jun 26, 2018 7:58 am

So confusing! :shock:
Simple....just need oil drain plug replacement.

For Dorman, I have 3 part numbers: 090-153.1 and 090153CD and 65385.
For Needa, I have 2 part numbers: 653076 and 653096.
For Volvo, it's 986833.

Some vendors say some will fit....while others say it won't.
Some say it's oversized...some say not.

Just need standard replacement!
Anyone know which, if any of the above is correct?

Thanks!


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Re: Correct Oil Drain Plug Replacement Part Number?

Post by Webmaster » Tue Jun 26, 2018 1:34 pm

Did you look at Dorman's own site? You could also lookup @ RockAuto to see. If it's cheap enough, just buy one of each so you have the right one.

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Re: Correct Oil Drain Plug Replacement Part Number?

Post by Splicer » Tue Jun 26, 2018 8:58 pm

Just go to your local Ford dealer parts counter. Get the right plug for most likely a better price than online + shipping. No fartin' around.
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Re: Correct Oil Drain Plug Replacement Part Number?

Post by Webmaster » Tue Jun 26, 2018 10:42 pm

p.s. The oversized one you do not want unless required. That means some gorilla overtightened the drain plug and stripped the threads. That means you need to drill & tap a larger size than stock.

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Re: Correct Oil Drain Plug Replacement Part Number?

Post by xvert » Fri Aug 31, 2018 12:37 am

By the way, you can use a standard bolt M12 * 1.75-30mm (1.18 ") and a copper washer or rubber + steel washers. If the threads of thread are damaged, then you can try using a bolt M12 * 1.75-40mm (1.57"). You will spend less than $ 0.5. These bolts are without magnets, but do magnet need for the 13-years-old engine?

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Re: Correct Oil Drain Plug Replacement Part Number?

Post by FFS » Sun Sep 02, 2018 12:46 am

Thanks for the info!
I got a Dorman 65385 AutoGrade Oil Drain Plug M12-1.75 & it fit!

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