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Oil Pan Removal, holy crap!

The oil pan removal was ridicolus!


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lol, so I have heard. I have one of those bitch ass installs coming up... heater core
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The Oil pan is Cake..

IDK what the problem was?


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I heard that you can un bolt the engine from the mounts, while having the car on the lift.. then raise the engine (i dont know how)probably pushing it or something lowering the lift or something while having something holding it (like a broom stick lol) <- jk.... and it should have some clearence for the pan to be removed, or if not completely removed, just enough to where you can swap the gasket!
true or not, thats what i've heard.

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I heard that you can un bolt the engine from the mounts, while having the car on the lift.. then raise the engine (i dont know how)probably pushing it or something lowering the lift or something while having something holding it (like a broom stick lol) <- jk.... and it should have some clearence for the pan to be removed, or if not completely removed, just enough to where you can swap the gasket!
true or not, thats what i've heard.
Just lifting the engine will give you clearance for the gasket swap but not to take the pan out, you have to loosen all the k member bolts and take out the rear k member ones and then pry down on it, and then the pan will come out

It's cake to have to lift the whole engine and about drop the k member just to get the oil pan out?? seems a little ridiculous to me


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