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WD-45 oil pan gasket

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02-18-2008 15:57:41

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Just getting ready to install a oil pan gasket on a WD-45. Need to know what the 4 little pieces of corner papers are for in the gasket package?

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02-18-2008 17:32:07

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 Re: WD-45 oil pan gasket in reply to GSL, 02-18-2008 15:57:41  
there are two different styles of those gaskets in that package, the short ones are for a wd or wd45, the longer ones are for a d17. You should have a long skinny corked gasket to, that gasket goes in the groove in the oil pan were the crankshaft fits in. glue that tight to the pan there will extra gasket on both ends. DO NOT CUT THESE THEY NEED TO BE LONG ON THE ENDS. there are also some small black clips in another package. They snap on the edge of the groove and go over the gasket, just to make sure it stays in place. Then you put the small paper gaskets on the edge of the groove, the short ones remember. Then you glue down the actual pan gasket. you will lay the ends of that gasket on top of the long ones. this is why you dont cut them off. there will be a small gap which needs to be filled with gasket glue or what ever you use. I just put my oil pan on a couple of days ago, but still have work to do. Hope this helps you out.

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02-18-2008 18:05:33

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 Re: WD-45 oil pan gasket in reply to allisboy, 02-18-2008 17:32:07  
Thanks a million, I should also have asked if there is a torq setting for the bolts also?

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02-19-2008 16:38:00

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 Re: WD-45 oil pan gasket in reply to GSL, 02-18-2008 18:05:33  
To tell ya the truth i just torque them down with a wrench and call it good. If ya need any more help just ask.

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