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    Question Oil Drain Plug Size

    Hey guys I did some searching around but I couldn't come up with a definite answer. I installed some gauges and the last one to put in is the Oil Temperature. I need an adapter in order for the sensor to screw into the oil pan, but I'm not exactly sure what size the plug is. Can someone shed some light on this for me? Thanks!
    2005 CGM STi

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    What kind of gauges, and what kind of sender are you looking at installing? Before you go try setting up a massive stack of brass adapters, have a look at http://www.wrxtra.com in their catalog.

    They sell pre-drilled drain plugs for the most common oil temp senders. Personally, I've got one of these but had to have it drilled out for a different size (thank you WorldOne).

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    what's the purpose of oil temp gauge anyways???
    It's not like it will warn you about anything
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