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Old 06-29-2016, 11:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi I'm looking this up for a friend. I'm wondering what size fumoto oil drain valve fits on a 2004 Suzuki Verona, 2.5L L6 engine.
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ask the seller/manufacturer.

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I have checked the fumotousa website, but it lists the Verona as a V-6, where the Verona is actually an inline-6, so I wanted to check here to make sure I'm getting the right part.
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14mm with 1.5 thread per mm is what I found in a search for Standard replacement plug and that is what the website says the V6 uses. I am guessing you will be fine.
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thing is it's not a V6, its an inline-6 daiwoo engine.
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14mm with 1.5 thread per mm is what I found in a search for Standard replacement plug and that is what the website says the V6 uses
I think that what he is relaying is that they both (in-line and "V"6) use the same plug.
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