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Old 08-07-2012, 07:19 PM
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Oil pan gasket

Do you really have to lift up on the engine to change the oil pan gasket? The repair manual I have says you have to do this.
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Re: Oil pan gasket

No, you don't have to lift the engine. You can remove the pan by dropping the exhaust downpipe and center beam. You also need to remove the stiffener that bolts between the engine block and transmission.
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Thanks!
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Re: Oil pan gasket

What he said. It's pretty easy just make sure to torque it all back.
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