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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it should slide it at an angle. i just replaced mine today. dont forget to unbolt the glass arm guide. it should be easy remove and replace. if all else fails go to autozone or the library and they should have some pics.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
If you want to repair the oil pan I would also check lower engine mount for leaking oil and cracks in anti sway bar near fitting's. This due to engine mount is oil filled. OEM sway bar is made of tubular steel and they crack easy. Replacement sway bar is solid steel. Here's the kicker. When they pull the lower frame to service oil pan. The engine mount and sway bar are attached to that frame. A honest mechanic should only charge for parts ($35 for mount and $100 for sway bar) and maybe a extra hour. My mechanic did all in 5 hours. FYI gasket is only $35 bucks. Good luck
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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Hi, to replace the thermostat housing, thermostat and gasket, follow the detailed instruction below on how to do it.
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
SOURCE: i have a 2000 grand
I do not have a picture yet, but the labor time to replace this gasket is less than less than 1 hour factory time, and about 1.5 hours chilton time. This is for a 2000 model V6..You are saying that you cannot access all bottom pan bolts?..
Posted on Aug 19, 2011
You'll need new gasket for oil pan,,,proper socket and drive to fit the bolts around circumference of pan.scraper and new oil or catch pan to save old oil, approx 5 qts . 1/ Begin by draining oil....drain plug on lower part of pan..get that wrench also.....it is larger than bolts arund pan......2/after drained, put drain plug back in and tighten snugly. not too tite......3/remove pan by removing all the nuts around pan, dislodge pan from it's seal , may takea little tender tapping with rubber mallet to release the pan, do not pry at lip, you may damage pan....4/ Clean both sealing surfaces of old gasket.....5/ dampen new gasket with oil and put it on pan in proper position, ....6/put bolts back in pan one on each side to hold pan up,,,put rest of bolts in pan and tighten in random pattern around pan trying to keep pan even at mating to engine.....7/when pan is on and fairly snug, fill the oil into filler at proper fill neck w proper amt of oil. about 5 qts,U.S......Make sure drain plug is not dripping, if so, put a little more torque on it. Not too much,they are prone to strip. Done. Or, about 40 dollars at oil change place.
Posted on May 16, 2017
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