Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
Afer old pan is removed,clean the block of all gasket material,being careful not to scatch the mating surfaces. apply a thin coat of RV sealant,and install new pan tightening all bolts to finger tight,then follow a crisscross pattern tightening them dowm with a socket. you dont need a torque wrench or anything,just be careful to make sure that they are all tightened, and dont force them.
you can buy a new gasket,but these pans are generally sealed with RV sealant,which you buy for about 3 bucks a tube at an autoparts store.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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