Was planning to give the wife's â€˜19 Lincoln Nautilus it's first oil change today (5k miles). Let the car cool off all day, busy with all kinds of projects, so when I finally got to it, the engine had cooled completely off. So what? These things take forever to drain all the oil so I got started. Drain plug is plastic with a fin sticking out to help turn it. There's another kind of plug with a hole for a 3/8 extension, but mine has the fin. Grabbed the fin, twisted it counter clockwise and one of the locking tabs promptly broke off while removing the plug. Maybe the plug was too cold and the tabs got brittle, but none the less one of them broke off. Plug came out and I drained the oil (might as well), and put the wounded plug back in. Now it sits waiting on Monday to come so I can get a new plug at Ford and finish this oil change. Won't be driven till it has a new plug. Has this happened to anyone else? I realize that from now on a supply of these things is going to be the deal and I plan to have several here in stock at the house. YT shows plenty of oil changes where all that's done is twist the thing off, then back on - no tools to help it. Supposed to click in place. That's what I did. Many on YT comment they've used their plug many times. I don't even get to use mine once..... Please discuss... I feel terrible this happened, did I do something wrong?