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you oil pan bolts of the bottom of the oil resivour the gaskit fits in between the surfaces where the pan meets it creating a seal witch in your case needs to be replaced this procedure replaces that gaskit to create a new seal
been there done that. just cut them off and get new ones. by the time you go thru the trouble it wont be worth the headaches. I have had to drill holes in the floor of a chevy with a hole saw because the body mounts were broke off. just not worth the time to try and save a few bucks on bolts. get new ones. hope this helps. mike
You have a busted heater core if its on the passanger side cab floor. easier on a truck then a car to replace but no picnic just the same. If you are unable to do the repair a quick emergency fix to drive the truck (with no heat) is to locate the heater core hoses on the passanger side firewall and undo the clamps and by-pass the heater core.