I need some help! Please!
This is my BEST EFFORT at offering you help, vinson1213!
The probability of success, if you follow my suggestions, is in the high 90 % range; if the solution offered does NOT work, you're no worse off (other than out single-digit dollars).
GET AN OVERSIZE OIL DRAIN PLUG, replace your stock plug with this component.
An oversize oil drain plug (M12 X 1.5) has the same pitch as the original, but . . . is slightly larger in diameter. The replacement part's tapered, self-tapping threads re-cuts the threads as it is screwed into the existing hole.
Use some care during initial insertion, maybe some "backing-and-filling," and--some grease on the new plug helps attract any metal shavings for removal, once the enlarged threads are cut.
Chances are your local auto parts and accessories store has oversize oil drain plugs in stock. Otherwise, an Internet search produces hits like this:
Doesn't work? You can then look into inserts, drilling-and-tapping for a larger size plug, welding, or whatever.
I have given you a low-cost, possibly permanent solution to your problem; if the oversize oil drain plug seals, it heals, in my book.
Stand by for posters who run, screaming, from the room at the mention of oversize oil drain plugs. Yet, one must wonder; how do the guys who work at the oversize oil drain plug factories ever make any sales, earn a livelihood, if their products are no good?
(Oh, and do NOT over-tighten the aftermarket plug, now!