pan bolt

pan bolt

[′pan ‚bōlt]
(design engineering)
A bolt with a head resembling an upside-down pan.
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There are few things you need to know before changing your oil: oil grade and exact oil filter type, location of the oil pan bolt and oil filter, and how much oil your engine holds (check owner's manual).
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