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Hi, I have a 1988 plymouth voyager and it has a very bad leak in the oil pan, I wanted to know if it's dificult to change the gasket on this type of vehicle. Thanks

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Hi, on your 1988 voyager it is not a difficult job to reseal the oil pan, just make sure all parts are clean before reassembly.

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