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1994 oilpan hello all,i have to replace my oil pan on 94 ford diesel non turbo truck .need step by step help ..thanks

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Remove the starter, remove the flywheel dust shield, remove the motor mounts center bolt, jack the engine as far up as possiable, this will then give you access to the oil pan bolts.

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