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Removal of oil pan 1992 sentra 1.6l - Sentra Nissan Cars & Trucks

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SOURCE: oil pan gasket

you will have to drain the oil and drop the oil pan

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SOURCE: oilpan removal 1992 f-150 2wd 300 6 cyl

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

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SOURCE: i wont to change the oil pan on my 1992 eb ford

you probably wont like this but here we go
place a frame of some kind on the engine so as to hold the engine up, then put the car very high on body stands, you don't even have to undo your hoses. then from underneath remove your k member, change your sump put it all back, this is how your ford dealer would do it. the only other option is totally removing the engine

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SOURCE: mine is a 1992 with 5.7 4wd how to remove oil pan

You will likely need to undo the engine mounts, and hoist up the engine a few inches to get the clearance to remove the oil pan.

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SOURCE: My 97 Nissan Sentra is leaking oil and I would

If it is the Pan, be prepared to tackle a Huge time consuming job.

Hardest part is laying on your back under the car for a long time.

Make sure to soak and tap on the bolts that connect the Front side of the Catalitic converter, those bolet get seizewd ojn pretty tight and break easily.

Try first to torque down the pan to see if that fixes it.

Good to get a manual and see what it entails.

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