I just bought a WD 45 and it leaking oil down by the oil pan. I purchased a oil pan gasket kit and I do not know where two of the gaskets go. The are shaped like the letter"C". Can you tell me where they go?
Re: I bought a oil pan gasket set for my wd 45 but in reply to dave, 09-21-2003 19:20:05
They are very small gaskets, correct? They go between the block and the rear main bearing cap/oil seal retainer. They basically straddle the ends of the oil seal where the halves come together, if I remember correctly from when I last overhauled a D17. Take the cap off, and you should see the old ones (assuming the last person installed them).
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