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I pour water into my radiator and at the same time I have my oil plug out and I can see the water pouring through the oil pan I believe could ya help me out with this one


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There will also be an oil filter screwed into the side of the engine near the top of the pan. This should be replaced, too. Then you'll need to have enough oil to replace all that you drained, which is added to the oil input spout near the top of the engine, under the hood.

It's best to have the engine/oil warmed up a bit (but not too hot to risk burning yourself if it gets on you), as this will encourage more of the old oil to drip out. Let it do so far awhile before you add the new oil.

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1989 Chevy S10 Blazer 4.3L V6 Automatic: Massive coolant leak occurred after letting truck sit for about 30 minutes after running it for around 1 hour. Coolant steadily flowed from what appears to be on...


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The simple answer is, bolted to the bottom of the engine. Ford and Lincoln vehicle generally have the cross member right under the engine, so the oil pan is obscured by it. Many oil pans on rear wheel drive Ford products have 2 oil sumps or wells, 1 near the front just behind the belt pulleys, and the other just behind the cross member, this one also has the oil drain plug for oil changes. Not sure why you are looking for the oil pan, so I hope this helps.

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