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I have a 97 chevy 1500 with a v-6 trying to remove the oil pan all bolts are out still will not drop how

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Hi, are you sure all bolts out. there can be adesive forses on the sump. if you lever gently between sump and bottom of the engine. i supose you have emptied the sump. gerry

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