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How do I remove oil pan / sump?

I have to remove the sump on an Elantra. I have removed all the bolts but the oil pan is still stuck. I don't want to damage the surface of the alloy sump or the sump itself. I have read of some bolt holes where you insert 8mm bolts to force the pan free but can't find where these go. Any ideas or pointers to an online manual or engine section much appreciated.

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  • Howard Pettigrew May 04, 2013

    Thanks for the heads up on the online manuals but I think the model we have in New Zealand is different to what you have in America, although I would have thought a 1.8 twin cam (which we have) would have been the same as the 2.0 which is an option here? None of the on line diagrams show the same bolt pattern so I can't see where these bolt holes are and a good inspection under the car doesn't show anything. Thanks for your suggestions though.

  • Howard Pettigrew May 05, 2013

    1000 apologies. I don't know how I missed it but I found what you were talking about. But there is only one bolt hole. It is on the front side of the sump right near the bell housing. An 8 ml bolt got the pan releasing easily. There are two short dowel pegs on either side at the Bell housing end. Once you get the front dropping down, it pays to work on the other side so it is dropping evenly. It was easier to remove than expected and with what I know now, I could have it off in less than an hour. The other thing is that the thread depth in the pan is 17mm and the depth of thread in the bolt is only 10mm! I think you could get away with a replacement longer bolt that used more of the thread. I will be replacing the short bolt with a longer one, even though I will get a metal hell-coil insert put into the sump. Thanks once again for your wonderful help

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