Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
First, ask yourself why you want to do this. If you have a good reason, either put it on a hoist, or jack stands that are hight enough to work on. Make sure it's safe to be messing around under it.
With engine not too hot, drain oil.
Remove bolts that secure pan to underside of block.
Gently pry pan away from block to remove. Depending on the vehicle you may have some steering linkages to dodge, but that's the basic approach.
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