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Ok, there is a drain bolt on bottom the pan that takes a hex wrench/socket to remove. you would need to jack the front of the vehicle up in order to have enough room to remove the drain bolt and drain some out.
If you are not in position to do this, it is driveable, but keep it at 60mph or under. With it overfilled, it creates more pressure in the crankcase the faster you go, which could possibly force some oil past the rear main seal and cause it to start leaking. As long as you keep it at 60mph or under, it will be safe to drive and not cause any damage
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