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This should be a relatively straight forward job. I assume you know where the oil pan is and what it looks like. This link will give you a picture of it... http://image.popularhotrodding.com/f/18831645/0906phr_02_z+401ci_pump_gas_oldsmobile_engine+oil_pan.jpg
As you can see, it's held on by 8-10 bolts. First, take the drain plug out and drain the oil. Then simply remove the bolts and drop the pan.

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