You may need a breaker bar to remove the drain plug from the oil pan housing. Also, the manual recommends that the drain plug be replaced at each oil change. I have found this wildly unnecessary, but was able to buy a couple spares for less than $3.00 each through a dealership. The reason they recommend this is because the plug itself is made from a softer aluminum alloy. After 150K miles, they're nearly impossible to remove without a breaker bar. A new plug (which is slightly shorter in length) does help, and does not leak.
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