Question about Dodge Caravan
HELLO. YES THE BOTTOM OF THE OIL PAN HAS BOLT'S THAT ARE UNDER THE FLY WHEEL.THAT'S WHERE THE FRONT SEAL IS.!! ONE MAYBE TWO THERE.!!! THEN THEY START TO GO ALONG THE SIDE'S OF THE OIL PAN ALL THE WAY TO THE BACK OF IT THEN THERE ARE MAYBE 4 THAT GO'S ARCOSS THE BACK THERE.!!AND NOTHEY DON'T COME IN CONTACT WITH THE OIL FLOW'S THERE ON THE OUT SIDE OF YOUR OIL PAN. U JUST MIGHT NEED TO TIGHTIN THEM UP.? OR U MIGHT HAVE ONE OR MORE MISSING. CHECK TO SEE IF YOU HAVE A YOUR BOLT'S AROUND YOUR OIL PAN, OK LET ME KNOW IF THIS HELP YOU "GOOD LUCK"
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
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