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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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 Isuzu Trooper 3.5L DOHC
The Isuzu 3.5's all burn about 1 quart between oil changes. It was an engineering flaw with that model engine. Some people have said that running full synthetic oil will correct the problem over time. Either way, it is extremely important that you check your oil regularly.
As for you second question: Torque on demand has at its heart wheel speed sensors which typically are the issue. Having a wheel speed sensor replaced will set you back about $300.
I hope I was helpful.
Posted on Sep 21, 2010
yes,remove those bolts as well,the way I always approach a job like that,which I've done hundreds is always better to take off more than not enough,just look around the oil pan and look at the gasket and see how many bolt holes it has,that should answer your question.
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
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