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How do I raise the 96 ford f150 truck to repair the oil pan

I need to remove the oil pan.

How do I raise the 96 ford f150 truck to repair the oil pan

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  • miliorey Nov 27, 2008

    How do I remove the oil pan?

  • miliorey Nov 27, 2008

    How do I remove the oil pan?

  • miliorey Nov 27, 2008

    I need more space to remove the oil pan? How can I do this?

    I have the truck up on jacks, I removed the exhaust pipe, but I can not remove the oil pan, it would come out. I have the 2 bolts out to support the engine.

  • Anonymous Feb 23, 2009

    good luck i'm having the same problem trying to get my oil pan off.

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Get a set of ramps to drive up on, or a bigger floor jack. ramps are the easiest.

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  • Erik Lindebrekke Nov 27, 2008

    i think i know what you mean, you dont have enough room to take the oil pan off right? there is a crossmember or framerail in the way? you need to dissconnect your engine mounts and either jack your engine up from the bottom or use a cherry picker to lift to engine from the top...make sure you have people with you because this can cause alot of problems...you need to dissconect any hoses that dont have enough slack to be moved 6inches-12inches, dissconnect and and all plastic/breakable lines or anything that would get broken or damaged when lifting an entire engine up . Hope this helps...Ive had to do this many times for my 1990 ford mustang 5.0....good luck

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