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How do I change out the oil pan and gasket in a 1998 Jeep Wrangler and how difficult is it?

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Just jack up the frame and let the wheel hang or on a lift and should come right out or wiggle it out

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98 jeep wrangler tj 4.0 oil pan bolt pattern or layout. An torch specs


Bobby, oil pan bolt torques for 4.0 Wrangler. Oil Pan Bolts 1/4 84 in-lbs Oil Pan Bolts 5/16 132 in-lbs As far as sequence, see last link, start in center, criss cross pattern tighten snug all, then repeat to torque spec.
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engine pan or trans pan,(guess at engine)
what's up doc.?
what is the job.
lost the gasket?
lost the bolts.?
not sure what going on here.
buy a new gasket from Felpro and bingo? there be a pattern



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I have a 2003 jeep grand Cherokee Laredo 4.7 v8. i have found the oil pan is rusted and leaking what is involved in changing the oil pan.. thanks


Go to http://www.jeep.com/en/owners/manuals/index.html download your free service manual that will give you a step by step instruction on removing and installing a new oil pan and gasket.

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Instructions can be found in any basic manual but the simple version is to remove anything obvious that will be in your way (starter, trans lines etc). Disconnect both engine mounts and raise engine to get better clearance (watch stuff on top so you don't break anything) I usually stuff a couple of 2x4 wood blocks between engine & mounts to support it. Remove all pan bolts and take it down (remember pump pickup will interfere) Do what you need to do, then reverse process.

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2002 Jeep Wrangler appears the rear of the oil pan gasket is leaking. How hard is it to change out and any tips/ 2001 jeep wrangler something leaking inside back wheel is it the rear seal


not hard to change out that oil pan gasket tip- just think of it as a simple job nothing can go wrong you can do this i promis-----its not the rear seal its the shocks and struts common tell tell signs-get new ones before its tooo late

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How do i change a oil pan geskrt in a 94 jeep wrangler/


On most, you need to remove all bolts around the perimeter of the pan, (You may want to remove starter to get to fasteners there) then slide a paint scraper between the pan and block to break the seal. Generally there is enough room to get the pan out. If you need a bit more room, support the transmission with a jack (use a piece of plywood on top to avoid bending anything) remove both engine mount through bolts and raise engine slightly (not too much or you will break something)

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You need to Put Blue ATV Silicone on Both sides of the Gasket to get it to Seal Properly. This is a High Temp Sealant and Once Set it will fix the Problem.

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2002 Jeep Wrangler appears the rear of the oil pan gasket is leaking. How hard is it to change out and any tips/


It is the oil pan gasket all you have to do is drop the oil pan clean the bottom of the engine block and the surface of the oil pan and install the oil pan again. a very simple process. Make sure that it is not the rear main crank seal that is leaking. If it is the rear main then you will have to remove the tranny to replace the rear main seal.

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