Question about 2003 Ford Taurus
Replacing the oil pan isn't particularly difficult, but you may have some trouble getting to it since there is often a cross-brace or something else to obstruct free access to the pan. Once the bolts are loose, the pan should just come down. The gasket may have stuck a little so you may need to persuade it.
If you have a cross-brace obstructing access, you may need to disconnect the motor mount and lift the engine a little.
Hope that helps; and good luck.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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