Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Cant get oil pan off do i need to remove engine mounts to get off
In most cases you have to use an engine hoist to lift the engine 3 or 4 inches to remove the oil pan. You have to remove the bolts on the engine mounts to lift the engine. you have to check for clearence at the rear of the engine and check engine wiring to be sure you don't damage wiring.
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