Question about Ford Cars & Trucks
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Just take off the oil pan (drain the oil first) bolts, remove the pan and you'll see the pick up screen and tube for the oil pump. Most of them are held in place by two bolts. Make sure that you use Locktite or simular product on those now cleaned bolts, when you put them back in. If they have lock washers on the bolts, get new grade "5" replacements.Put it back together and use a new oil pan gasket. Ask for advice at your lock auto parts store . The oil pan is the hardest part.
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