Question about Pontiac Firebird
I have an oil leak on my 1969 pontiac firebird 350. It has the original oil pan that has several pin holes on the bottom of pan . I tried to repair it with poxy, but that only worked for several days then right back to the oil leak. What do I have to do ? Replace the pan ? If I have to replace the pan, how is it done, do i have to lift the engine ? Thanks Rocco
You can take the oil pan off by just undoing the bolts just lift the car up then since it is just pin holes you can probly just spot weld them or maybe use a high streangth solder
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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