Question about 2000 Cadillac DeVille
Hello: You are not going to like this information but to remove the oil pan you have to remove the engine or transmission. If you remove the transmission you will have to support the rear of the engine, same goes if you remove the engine you have to support the transmission, They are supported from the top because the cradle has to come out. (the cradle holds the engine/transmission on the bottom. This is not a simple task.
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