Question about 2000 Chevrolet Venture
Step 1: Place car on jack stands or car ramps ( i prefer jack stands because i had a car ramp collapse on me once. not fun) and block the back tires.
Step 2: Loosen and remove the oil pan drain plug and drain oil into a drain pan
Step 3: Look on the outer edges of the oil pan and you will see bolts going all around the outside of the pan. Loosen them and the pan should come off.
Step 4: clean the surface where the gasket comes into contact with the engine, and if you are using the same oil pan peel the old gasket off and clean the surface on the oil pan where the gasket goes.
Step 5: Place the new gasket on the oil pan and stick the oil pan up onto the engine and stick a few bolts in on each side. Make sure the gasket stays aligned with all the bolt holes. You may use some RTV on the gasket but if the surfaces are good and clean you shouldnt have to
Step 6: tighten all the bolts to spec according to the repair manual for your vehicle
Step 7: Fill your engine with the correct type and capacity and then start the engine up and check for leaks
Step 8: Your Done!!
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