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Oil pan for 1993 thunderbird

We need some help! The oil pan cracked and we need to know if there are skematics on how to 'replace' it....do you have to drop the transmission/motor to do so?? ANY HELP would be great!

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No you done have to drop any thing, you just need a new oil pan and gasket for it, loose all bolts around the oil pan and you should be able to remove it, remember remove all the broken off of the old gasket very well before you apply a new one on with grease or gasket cilicon stuff then new oil pan, good luck.

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