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How to remove oil pan on grand cherokee 5.2 4wd

Will not come out between tranny and front drivr axel

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Slighty jack the motor up and get a little more clearance

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all you really have to do is drop the exhaust headers in order to get the oil pan out, are you sure it is the pump though, experience sayd the pressure switch is far more likely to cause a lack of oil pressure that the actual pump.

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SOURCE: Front drive shaft on Jeep Grand Cherokee

yes but make sure you don't in gauge the front axle

Posted on May 19, 2010

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