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I need to know the flat rate time for r&r the oil pan on a 2002 mercury villager

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You have about 2-2.5 hours to replace the gasket as the trans/motor mounts have to be loosened to raise the motor for pan bolt access. Here are some basic steps to help you. I would recommend a service manual if you have never attempted anything on this scale before

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