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How do you remove an 8N Oilpan

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Bill (Bc)

11-09-2002 19:43:55
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No luck in getting Oil Pressure Cranking engine over today.
I Drained the oil and checked the suction pipe, it appears to have slight movement in one Direction.
Reprimed oil Pump and placed thumb over the intake pipe and felt no suction at all, while cranking?
Would it be unwise to attempt starting engine or just bite the bullet and remove oilpan. How do you support the front part of the engine. It loks as if it could be quite involved.

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Jim.UT

11-09-2002 20:13:37
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 Re: How do you remove an 8N Oilpan in reply to Bill (Bc), 11-09-2002 19:43:55  
It's been asked before. I did a search of the archives and come up with lots of hits. Here are two of the threads I found.
first one
second one
There are lots of others. Just type in "remove oil pan" in the archive search box at the top of the screen if these two don't answer all your questions.

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DUSTY

11-09-2002 20:10:45
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 Re: How do you remove an 8N Oilpan in reply to Bill (Bc), 11-09-2002 19:43:55  
it is not a bad job to do you have to put a jack stand under the transmission. remove front axle support 6 bolts.remove oil pan bolts and half of lower bell houseing bolts .good luck.



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