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I try to take off my oil pan but it wont come out

I cant get oil pan out of my jeep cherokee

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You must take off the steering damper first. Now jack up from the frame, so the tires stay on the ground, and you extend your suspension. This will give you extra clearance to remove the oil pan. Make sure you use jack stands and don't rely on the jack to hold it up. Make it easy on yourself and get a 3/8" or 1/2" drive adapter for a cordless drill. With these adapters and using a deepwell socket, you can take off all of the bolts using your power drill instead of a ratchet. Super quick! Throw some extra powerful magents in the bottom of the pan to attract metal shavings away from your bearing in the future. I got my magnets from an old computer hard drive. They are extra powerful and keep the metal shaving from circulating in the oil.

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