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It's quite rare for one of these pan gaskets to leak so before you take it off I would suggest thoroughly cleaning the entire pan and then going for a short test run then carefully inspecting the pan area again to see if you can pinpoint the exact source of the leak. Often I see the oil filter adapter or oil cooler lines [if equipped] leaking which can cause oil to run down the side of the pan and make it appear as though the pan gasket has failed. Sorry I don't have the procedure for removal of the pan but I rarely have to take one off for a leak. Hope this helps and good luck!

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