Question about Chrysler 300
Yes, this is often the case. Determine which end should be raised, and unbolt the motor mount on that side. Find a solid place to push up on the engine and jack it up a few inches at most. If no good place to jack, can possibly pry up from above using a 2 by 4, but be careful not to slip the pry while removing the pan.
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