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Shawn Davis
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I did my first oil change on the Supra this weekend. It looks like the previous owner stripped the pan and replaced it with some kind of gasket/screw combo.

What's the best way to repair this? Tap and die? New pan? Something else?
 

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the thread is a 12 X 1.25.you can try to re-thread it with a tap.if it works make sure you use a NEW drain plug.

if not -here are the part#'s for replacement.

oil pan #12102-46031 $119.06 list $95.28 trade
sealer for pan #00295-00102 $16.84 list $13.47 trade
drain plug #90341-12012 $3.40 list $2.72 trade
drain plug gasket #90430-12031 $.88 $.70 trade

good luck on repairs
 

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the thread is a 12 X 1.25.you can try to re-thread it with a tap.if it works make sure you use a NEW drain plug.

if not -here are the part#'s for replacement.

oil pan #12102-46031 $119.06 list $95.28 trade
sealer for pan #00295-00102 $16.84 list $13.47 trade
drain plug #90341-12012 $3.40 list $2.72 trade
drain plug gasket #90430-12031 $.88 $.70 trade

good luck on repairs
 

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You can also get an oversize plug at the dealer.
I recommend letting them put it in because you really need a lift and experience to get it in straight.
I did this a few months ago - it basically is self-tapping.
 
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