Question about Daewoo Nubira
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
use a pair of plyers and pull down on the plastic it should just be slid on the bolt take the tranny lines off the piece plastic first
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
If all the bolts are off, then the gasket is holding the oil pan in place and your going to have to tap it with a mallet, Not a hammer but a mallet so you don not damage the oil pan. Good luck and hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
you have to remove the oil pan without the gasket because the gasket is attached to your oil pan baffle and that can't be removed until you unbolt your oil pump. i pried the **** out of mine until i realized the gasket couldn't come with it. no haynes manual will explain it as simple as it could be, i hate those books
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
YOU HAVE TO SUPPORT ENGINE WITH A ENGINE SUPPORT BRIDGETOOL 10-222A AND ENGINE SLING TOOL 2024A FROM THE TOP.BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO LOOSEN SUBFRAME MOUNTING BOLTS.SUPPORT THE SUBFRAME.REMOVE OR DISCONNECT THE FOLLOWING FRONT BOLTS NUMBER 2 AND 3.BOLT NUMBER 1 BOLT FROM THE SUBFRAME.SLOWLY LOWER THE FRAME.FOR MANUAL TRANSMISSION LOOSEN THE LEFT TRANSAXLE MOUNT NUT UNTIL IT IS ALIGNED WITH THE LOWER EDGE OF THE BOLT APPROX 4 TURNS.IF EQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION LOOSEN THE REAR BOLT FOR THE LEFT TRANSAXLE MOUNT SEVERAL TURNS THEN REMOVE THE FRONT BOLT FOR THE TRANSAXLE MOUNT.AT THE RIGHT TRANSAXLE MOUNT LOOSEN THE REAR BOLT MOUNT SEVERAL TURNS AND REMOVE THE FRONT BOLT.IF EQUIPPED WITH A MANUAL TRANSAXLE BOTH REAR BOLTS ON THE OIL PAN CAN BE ACESSED THROUGH THE OPENING ON THE FLYWHEEL TURN FLYWHEEL AS NEEDED.THEN REMOVE OIL PAN.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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