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Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

My oil light suddenly started "flickering" (No not the usual steady pace flash), but flickering like there was a short.. I immediately pulled into a gas station, put a quart of oil in, and continued to drive home. (About half a mile) .. On the way home it began to make a "tack tack tack tack" noise above 2k RPM.. So somehow either I spun a bearing or something wasn't getting lubed.. I'm in the process of pulling my motor, but while doing so, I found this:





Maybe this caused my low oil pressure and didn't allow oil to make it up into the head? idk
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Re: Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

Front main seal? Mine is leaking a little bit and I see it on the lower timing cover but looks like yours it may have finally failed.
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Re: Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

No- that bolt simply holds the plastic timing cover to the oil pump.

But with that much oil right there, you either have one or multiple leaking oil seals behind the timing cover.
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Re: Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

Ah ok I see what you mean. I am in the process of pulling the motor now.. Running into issues with getting the header off.. Can't see how's possible.. They welded my exhaust straight to the flex pipe, so I cut it off after the flex pipe.. But there's no way I can get it off the studs and pull it up because it hits the cross member.. I don't see how I can get the back left bolt loose to take apart the header from the down pipe.. Seems impossible
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Re: Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

With all the nuts/bolts off the HEAD (and since you cut it @ the flexpipe) you should be able to move the header/DP FORWARDS enough to give you enough room to get access to the 3 nuts holding the header to the downpipe.
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Re: Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

I managed to get two of them off, but the back left one still seems impossible. Should I try forcing it off the studs on the head? Maybe that will give me the room needed to get the last one? (You should have seen how I got the first two.. I put the socket on there, grabbed the jack handle, stuck the jack handle down into the crossmember, and pried on the socket... )

Every single bolt has required additional treatment in some form or fashion.. Either by lubricants, drill, sawzall, or impact turning it to dust.. Take a look at one of my hose clamps to get an idea of what I'm dealing with:


EDIT: Also funny enough, I just searched on those replacing those seals you were talking about, and I found a thread where a guy had the same issue as me, and you were telling him to replace the same seals back in 08', lol

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Re: Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

Wait there's another bracket down by the alternator that holds the header to the block; is that off/disconnected?

With everything disconnected (bolts on the head, bracket by the alt, and flexpipe), it should be very easy to pull the header at least 1inch off the head to give you more access for those 3 bolts.
I was always able to get to those 3 bolts w/ like a ~12" extension which drops the ratchet below the crossmember, giving you plenty of room to put cheater bars on the ratchets.





















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Re: Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

12Ft extension you say? That's a tool that could come in handy..
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Re: Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

Yeah those three bolts were a pain in the neck to remove when I pulled my engine too, but like youve been told, a 12" extention, or in my case a bunch of three inch extentions, will get you low enough to turn a ratchet under the car. You should use a 1/2" drive whenever possible too, iv busted 2 3/8" and a 1/4" in the last week. And spray those puppies down with some pb blaster and let it sit a while, mine seemed impossibly tight and nothing under my hood was nearly as rusty as what you have shown us.

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Re: Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

Like Luke said. And use a breaker bar insteadof a ratchet. It would also help to have 12-18 inch long piece of pipe on the breaker bar.

Breaking a ratchet ruins a good ratchet and aggrevates your wrist. Nothing like trying to unfasten that rear motor mount bolt and it's 99+ 1/4 turns when your wrist is injured.

Soak everything you will work on with the blaster overnight. Castle nuts on your suspension, exhaust bolts, radiator clamps etc.
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Re: Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

Dito on the breaker bar if you have one. I found out very soon into my project that buying a $20 breaker bar would save me money over replacing all the tools I would break without one
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Re: Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

I broke a 1/2" ratchet and 3" long extension at the same time doing those 3 bolts you speak of. Both were junky stuff mind you and not your typical $75 good ratchet...which also break btw.

Harbor Freight has 25" long breaker bars for like $15... Lots of leverage in those extra 8" vs 15-18" breaker bars.
I bought a Sears 18" and add pipe like bike fork tubes, seat post tubes, top tubes, or old fence posts. I also use Sears extensions.


Oooooooh wait 'til you get to the crank bolt. My buddy recently broke 2 half inch to 3/8" adapters in like 10 seconds (for both). Bolt came loose in time but it was
Bolt: 4
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^^ exhaust bolts carnage
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1/2" s-k w/6' pipe vs crank bolt
Crank pulley grabber tool with 18" breaker. 6' pipe attached to the impact socket.
I held the breaker bar and was being lifted off the ground vs the 6' pipe. I'm nearly 200#'s.
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Re: Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

^^ Pure physics.^^

Bigger bar to smaller bar, with that much torque.... what'd you think was gonna happen to the weakest link in the chain?
Crank bolts NEEEEDDDD 1/2" minimum all thru-out.


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^^ Pure physics.^^

Bigger bar to smaller bar, with that much torque.... what'd you think was gonna happen to the weakest link in the chain?



God help you if you did that with wiring
Not trying to sound smart@$$ sir, but we expected that bolt to come loose...

That s-k slider with 4-6' pipe had won many a battle against many a stuck Ford bolt since the late 1970's. It was a Jap H23 crank bolt that finally beat it...
A few minutes before that method had broken loose an H22 crank bolt with ease. Eventualy the 23 was lowered to the floor and the motor crane leg (w/ 2 people standing on it) braced a breaker bar with pulley grabber while a 25" long breaker bar with a USA made impact socket got it loose.
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Re: Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

THISSS pipe, has never lost to a single nut/bolt









But I digress, back on topic.
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Re: Could this backed out bolt be the reason for my low oil pressure...

From reading those horror stories I cant believe I loosened the crank pulley bolts on my two engines by myself, I threaded two bolts into the crank 180 apart, and one into the block into a tranny bolt hole, put the handle of one breaker bar through those three to hold the crank from turning, then used a harbor freight pittsburg brand 25" breaker bar and impact socket to losen the bolt. It took all the strength of my right arm and all my weight to pull the breaker bar and all the strength of my left to hold the engine still. Had no problems with the h22, but using the identical procedure on the h23 one of the bolts I threaded into the crank went crooked and almost pulled the threads out. Next time I will definitely have help, not a one man job for sure
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The H23 seem to arrive with overtightened bolts in the crank and the flywheel.

Just fyi for ya Lej if you decide to swap to an H23
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