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If you don't have access to a lift and or don't want to break the seal on your oil pan, an option might be using a MityVac 7201. Usually used to do a topside oil change. Or mcguyver one. Stuff happens, you learn from it. When I was doing the PCV valve repair/fix, first 15 minutes into it I unplugged the metal clip for the coolant sensor and it blasted out and hot coolant came gushing out, kept on trucking, finished, refilled the coolant and all worked out. http://www.cruzetalk.com/forum/10-gen1-powertrain/3938-topside-oil-change-works.html

 
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