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The oil pump is internal to the engine usually so removing the pan will reveal the oil pump,you have'nt said what vehicle your working on so thats why i say "usually " internal
Posted on May 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need air tools, many differnet size sockets and a press. The strut/spindle and lower control arm have to come out all together. leaving the axle in the car.The spinlde cannot be removed from the strut. once removed, you can then unbolt the lower control arm ball joint nut, and seperate the lower control from the spindle - for ease for the press. press the hub out, remove the snap rings on either side and press the old bearing out. press in new bearing , install snap rings, press the hub in and reinstall. I just did one today... I have 15 years experience as a ford tech - Ugh bro.. - Josh
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
tool is only required for right front shaft removal , if your doing the right side , there is a J-45531 on ebay for 22 dollars if interested . here's a pic .
necessary , i would carefully use 2 prybars , don't tell anyone .
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
To remove the engine oil pan either the engine has to be lifted all the way off of the motor mounts and the oil pan should just clear the flex-plate and transmission, or the front axle dropped down out of the way, or the transmission and flex-plate will have to be removed.
Usually if the engine can be lifted enough to fit a piece of 2x4 wood between the motor mounts and the frame then the oil pan will usually just have enough clearance to be removed from the rear and the oil pan should just clear the transmission and the flex-plate. Also, be sure to check that the fan blade does not damage the fan shroud when lifting the engine.
Let me know if you require any further assistance.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
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