Question about 1996 Plymouth Breeze
If the owner is the one going to change the oil pan , then the owner should locate the oil pan .Prepare the the equipment going to be used in changing the oil pan. First drain the oil or the engine oil that is in the oil pan. In draining, the owner of the car should twist the drain plug until it loose that the oil will spill on a can or to where the owner will place the engine oil.The oil pan is connected to the engine with the bolts . The owner have to twist the bolts until the oil pan is being place out of the engine . then replace the oil pan .Then the owner have to place back the bolt using the bolts to connect the oil pan to the engine twist the bolts again until the new oil pan is connected to the engine.Close or twist the drain plug until engine oil will not spill , Then refill or place engine oil to the engine. If the owner cannot do it then the owner have to go to a car mechanic to do the task or the job.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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