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Which is the motor oil pan?

I am looking under my truck to change the motor oil and can't tell which is the motor oil pan. There is a smaller looking pan toward the front. (might be for the differential) then there is a larger pan (maybe 10" x15") toward the middle of the truck. Can anyone tell me?

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  • Jeph Jan 21, 2013

    Nevermind, I figured it out. Thanks anyhow.

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