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How to remove oil pan 2001 dodge ram 1500 5,2

Need to replace oil pump

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SOURCE: RATTLING NOISE AT OIL PAN AREA ON 1998 DODGE RAM 1500 5.9 LITER

rod bearing , engine needs rebuilt

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Remove the oil pan, it is mounted at the rear of the engine with a tube and screen attached. Be sure to prime the new pump before installing it.

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Easiest way is to pull the motor out and replace it. You may gain enough room by removing both motor mounts and jacking the front of the motor up. This may give you enough room to clear the crossmember.

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make sure you get the right pump, you need to know your tank size. then take off your bed. you have i believe 6 bed bolts, disconnect tail lights (unplug from underneath) remove bed grounding strap 1 screw, remove bed with help. Disconnect wires, unscrew fuel pump, replace pump. Reverse order to replace bed. jim

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If the pan is not broken free all the way around, you will need to make sure it is. Then the oil pump pick up tube is going to mess with you, and you may have to turn the crank manually to get the crank journal out of your way. Drop the pan down and forward only -Ned_

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