Question about Cars & Trucks
As good as JB Weld is, I doubt that it would work in that application. The bad oil pan gasket may still let the oil out and it will travel along the oil pan rail looking for another avenue to drip out onto your floor or driveway. Best solution is to pull the oil pan off and have a new gasket put on. But if you try it, post back and let us know if it works. I would like to know another good use for JB W!
Posted on Jan 03, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Repairing a hole in the oil pan
The problem with welding on the car is that you will NEVER get it clean enough and weld will not hold. Remove pan and clean it, THEN weld it. I usually screw it down to a piece of 3/4" plywood so that it does not warp while welding...also use a wet rag to cool area near weld as you work (at least 3-4 inches from work area)
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
just put a socket and rachet on the bolt for the tensioner pulley and move the tensioner to the right to loosen the slack on the belt.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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