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10-09-2012 13:59:24

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The te20 and to20 have a different oil pan set-up. the te20 uses a special nut to drop the filter cover. as near as we could tell, this nut was used on a very early model Renoult car. I torqued too hard on the nut and broke it. My 82-year-old friend glued the nut back together to use it for measurments, and he machined a new nut from stainless steel. I supposesomeone that had broken theirs welded an acceptable replacement. The original nut cannot be purchased.

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 Re: Shock!!! in reply to mwferg, 10-09-2012 13:59:24  
The replacement pans I've found say they fit TE or TO. The 's e x bolt' (had to get past the potty filter) on the existing cover looks to be oem. The stud from the engine is a little off kilter but I can straighten that when I replace the pan. That's the only thing I can figure is it's off far enuff that it leaked so he welded it. A simple tack weld would have done and it could be ground off and retacked when the oil change was done. At this point I'm guessing. They sure went to a lot of trouble to screw it up. It'll be interesting to see what I find when I change it. Btw, do I need to take the long rods on each side of the engine off to replace the pan?

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