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Oilpan removal 1992 f-150 2wd 300 6 cyl

How do i change the oil pan ,i loosened the motor mounts,still tight.

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  • aj molly Mar 02, 2009

    the oil pan has a rust hole on the side

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Do you need to remove the oil pan to change the pan or just the gasket?

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

  • Clint Smock
    Clint Smock Mar 02, 2009

    O.K. Don't give up yet. The bad thing is you have to remove the transmission to get the pan out. But you also have to loosen the motor mounts and jack-up the motor. I was just checking because if all you needed was the gasket, you could have cheated this process and done the job in 45 minutes. It sucks because I have seen lots of Ford oil pans do this. The boys at Ford should be shot for using such cheap paint.

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