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98blazer oil cool line blew possibley siezed... Oil isnt reaching pan why

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If oil cooler line seperated it would have pumped all the oil out very quickly. If the engine does not turn over orif it starts and is noisy chances are the motor will need to be replaced

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SOURCE: oil dip stick

Had the same problem last year - the plastic handle broke off and the top of the remaining plastic was visible down the tube but was stuck solid. Finally used an easy-out to get it out. Drilled a small hole into the plastic and then threaded a thin easy-out bit into the hole and it held enough for me to pull the dipstick out. Stupid design, a plastic handle on a metal dipstick!

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SOURCE: 2001 Concorde 3.2 L Oil Pan Removal

if you have your old drain plug take it to a auto part store get a self tapping drain plug! save big$$$$$ I have installed piles of these they last for ever $5-$20- for one. cheers

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SOURCE: change oil pan gasket

This Is A Fairly SIMPLE Procedure The IMPORTANT Thing is To Use Generous Amount of Sealant and Allow Plenty of TIME for Sealant to CURE After Pan is On and Tightened Over Night At Liest


REMOVAL

  1. Disconnect negative cable from battery and remove engine oil dipstick.
  2. Raise vehicle on hoist and drain engine oil.
  3. Remove bending brace to transaxle attaching bolt.
  4. Remove bolts attaching dust cover to transaxle housing. Lower dust cover to gain access to oil pan bolts.
  5. Remove oil pan screws and remove oil pan.
INSTALLATION
  1. Clean surfaces and apply a 1/8 inch bead of Mopar(R) Silicone Rubber Adhesive Sealant or equivalent, at the parting line of the chain case cover and the rear seal retainer.
    1. Use a new pan gasket.
    2. Install pan and tighten screws to 12 Nm (105 in. lbs.).
    3. Install dust shield and bending brace to transaxle housing.
    4. Lower vehicle and install oil dipstick.
    5. Connect negative cable to battery.
    6. Fill crankcase with oil to proper level.
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SOURCE: 1999 Saab 9-5 oil pan torque spec

they should be torqued with a 3/8 torque ratchet to 30 inch pounds.

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SOURCE: 2001 VW 1.9L TDi OIl pan and pump

well if you can get a new pan, gasket and oil pump for $150...by all means replace it.

Posted on Mar 21, 2009

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The dip stick only checks the oil in the oil pan. If the oil pump stopped working it would leave the oil in the pan and not send it to all the pieces that need it in the engine itself. A piston or rod or something could have siezed and it would still show full oil. If there was oil under the car and you know it came from your car, find where the oil is comeing from and we can try to narrow down the problem.

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Sorry to say, but you might have some serious problems. I'll list 3 vague the possibilites, best-case scenario to worst.
1. You blew a gasket, oil pan, timing cover, valve cover. Any gasket that holds engine oil in. If this blew out, you would lose oil, the light would come on (low PSI) and the motor would sieze.

2. You have a serious clog somewhere in you oiling system which caused a PSI spike, blowing a line or gasket. The clog is a problem, which comes from sludge and deposits. Oil ports, holes and lines in the engine are fairly small and not difficult to clog if the oil and filter are neglected.

3. The worst thing that could have happened is you blew your motor. Overrevving, driving to hard without letting it warm up or again, neglecting the oiling system. You may have thrown a rod through the engine block, dropped a valve, spun a bearing or lost a main seal. The main seal is the least serious, but the labor is still extensive.

In your '94, If the engine stopped on it's own (you didn't shut it off), it probably siezed. In many cases this is not repairable. Start car shopping.

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JB Weld should work, however, I would recommend actually replacing it or bringing it into a shop for a more permanent fix. The JB Weld will probably only work for a short time and you are better off not taking a risk when it comes to oil, since not enough oil can lead to a siezed engine.

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