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1991 Audi 90 Quattro 5 cylinder duel head over cam oil pan

Does anyone know how to get the oil pan off after all the bolts on the outside have been removed?

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  • Sarah Jewell
    Sarah Jewell Sep 15, 2008

    we took the sub-frame bolts off it was still hanging there with no support from bolts on the outside it was not attached to the block anymore the gasket was free and there was no pressure on it from the underside of the car... it almost seems that something IN the engine is holding it on still... any ideas?

  • Sarah Jewell
    Sarah Jewell Sep 16, 2008

    when you say remove the dip stick are you talkin the actual stick or the tube that holds it .... and i think i know what your talkin about when you say the oil pump sump... but im thinking its inside the pan and i cant get to it im going to drop mine tomorrow hopefully and i will take a second look... the pan we were working on was a good pan on a car in a junk yard and its 250 miles from me but i need to know how to get it off so i can take mine off lol... thanks for your help and if ANY ONE has a book on this i would greatly appriciate any photos or instructions you could send me via email or fax just let me know and i will give you the info you need... im very anxious to get this car up and running!

  • Sarah Jewell
    Sarah Jewell Sep 17, 2008

    apparently there is 3 bolts that are in the peek holes between the transmission and the oil pan you can see gears in the holes but not the bolts you have to feel for them and they should take a 5mm hex head like the rest of the bolts around the oil pan... wish me luck im gonna try to get them off tomarrow!

  • Sarah Jewell
    Sarah Jewell Sep 17, 2008

    lol yes sometimes that is an issue... thanks again for your help... if you want you can come help me get these stubborn bolts out lol i have to use a box end on them and im not strong enough to turn them lol... hoping i can have a friend come help me with them :D

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My email is jewellgirls@yahoo.com and thank you sooooooo much!!!! as for the oil pan its a good thing i did or i would of got the wrong one... the one they were gonna sell me was for a v-6 he didnt even ask me and i didnt know there were so many engines in the quattro from what i was able to find online lol... they only had one car like mine and it was missing the small oil pan but thats ok i have that part and its good just the cast aluminum piece has a huge hole in it lol so thats the only part i need but ya i was about to cry i spent all my money going up there to come home empty handed i just lost my job and im a single mom... this car is gonna be my saving grace from a 2002 pontiac grand prix se that i am in the middle of buying and sinking fast on! its a lemon and theres nothing i can do about it so im anxious to get my Audi up and running!

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Good Day;
What you have to do is remove the 2 front sub-frame bolts, this allow clearance for the oil pan.
Torque for oil pan bolts 15 Ft. Lbs (20 N.m)

Hope this helps

Cheers

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  • Rob Cobb
    Rob Cobb Sep 16, 2008

    Hi;

    OK then did you remove the dip stick if not try that, then it could be getting hooked up on the sump, oil pump sump, I can look more in to this tomorrow, but for now look at the new oil pan and see if there is a place that a round tube could go into. It would be raised up maybe about 1" from the bottom, at the opening it would be a **** that the tube would slide though, The oil pump sump pump, looks like a upside down mushroom. so try lifting the pan up a bit slide it forward if that does not work then try backwards



    Hope this works ok,



    Cheers

  • Rob Cobb
    Rob Cobb Sep 16, 2008

    Good day;

    will first off that's a long way to go to look at the oil pan LOL, I can send you same stuff tomorrow if you would like, Just let me know your email or fax and I can send you what I have, for the dip stick its just the stick, put try the sliding the oil pan first that what it sounds like to me in the oil sump, or oil pick up tube which some people call it,





    cheers

  • Rob Cobb
    Rob Cobb Sep 17, 2008

    Good day

    Look at that we all learn something... LOL that's the problem some times when you can't have an hands on look at the vehicle, well good luck and if there is anything else that I could do please let me know.



    Cheers

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