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You have to raise the motor for 4 inches then you can remove the oil pan

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HI, the torque spec for the pan bolts is 14nm or 124 in lb. snug them down evenly it doesn't take much to over tighten these and strip out the threads.

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SOURCE: what would cause all of the oil to leak out of my 1997 Pontiac Bonneville if it isn't the oil pan, or oil filter?

So there are obvious drips on the floor then?
Assuming those two which you mentioned are fine, then the other most probable and common oil leaks are from:
Rocker cover gasket(s)Front or rear crankshaft oil seals.

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Whereisoil filter on 1998 Pontiac trans sport

Look up under the car in between the starter and the a/c compressor.

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Hello, i have a 1997 pontiac bonneville with 107000 miles. I would like to change the AT Fluid My Garage wants to do a Flush via the Oil cooler line and replace the Fluid. Is there a Filter in the Trans...

If the Trans is original, it is about ready for a rebuild

If you never changed the fluid every 30,000 miles,
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It smells of gas in my 1997 pontiac trans sport.. what could be the problem??

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1997 Pontiac Trans Sport, I took it to EZ Lube for oil change and was told it needed a transmission service. When I took it in the car ran smooth now it runs rough stays in the same gear for too long.

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Hi I have a 1997 Pontiac Transport van and my question is I have gas in my oil pan and worndering if its my head gasket or is it one of the sencers

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