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1995 Oldsmobile Aurora Oil Pan Leak

Can you stop a oil pan leak with bars engine oil leak fluild

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  • pharrod Dec 27, 2008

    yes it is a 95

  • pharrod Dec 27, 2008

    How did your friend get to the pan to get the gasket off? I am having a hard time getting to it.

  • pharrod Dec 27, 2008

    That would be great. Thanks

  • ddolschenko Jan 09, 2009

    will i have to pull the engine to get to the oil pan gasket to repair it

  • rrinspect Jan 17, 2009

    is it the same for a 99

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Yes and no, i wouldnt recomend it with aurora.. i had same leak from the oil pan and put in the bars and it stopped the leak for a couple weeks. after that it leaked the same as before. i would never use it again on any of my cars.. i had a friend put in new pan gasket and it stopped the leak... i believe this is pretty common with the aurora...is it 95?

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  • tdbold Dec 27, 2008

    i can give him a call tomorrow..ill get back to tomorrow night

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There is a technical service bulletin on the model, its not the oil pan gasket, it is the pan bolts, if you only have leaks around the bolts, use blue locktite to fix the problem, if its all around then you will have to drop the pan and rtv gasket for the pan gasket and use the locktite to seal the bolts, but be sure to clean the pan, bolts and bolt holes on the block

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This is a very common problem with the car, also the valve cover gaskets are a common problem as well.

You cannot get the oil pan gasket off without pushing the trans to the side, or dropping it all together!!!

Hope that helps some.

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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Get ya sum of that lucas engine oil stop leak and the heavy duty oil stabilizer mix the two together and the leak will disappear i got a 350 chevy leaking from the oil pan on the back and the lucas controls the leak it aint going to vanish it completely but it dam sure makes it where u cant tell its leaking if an at all watsoever it may vanish it who knows it did on mine it leaks when i change the oil but after the lucas gets to the leaking place it stops

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  • robbie167456 Jan 13, 2009

    and if ya have to add sum of that bar's leaks smoke away plus stop leak a whole bottle of that plus 1 quart of heavy duty oil stabilizer and if the leak is not very severe im talking leaking a quart every 50 to 100 miles it will stop it it would have to be really really bad for it to not stop it thats what i use and it works why pay a huge mechanic bill when an additive protects ur engine and stops the leak it wont hurt ur engine a bit ive been running it since 2005 and its now 2009 and if it was going to do sumthing believe me id know it by this time people say oh that stuff will ruin ur engine dont ebelieve it thats horse **** plainly spoken if sumthing went wrong in their engine it was already doomed to catastrophy or had sumthing wrong and they blamed the product i use all lucas products their dam good additives and do everything the bottle says i got a 350 with headers dual exhaust edelbrock intake edelbrock carb flowmaster super 44's its helped me out thanx lucas i will use their additives forever!

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