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Removed all visible bolts and pan does not come down

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Run your fingers around the inside of the lip on the pan and make sure there arent any hidden bolts you can't see, especially in the rear where the pan curves and goes around the crank, these can be hard to see. Once your totally convinced there are no more bolts, you can use a small chisel and pry the pan off the bottom of the block but be careful not to dent the pan or break the block. It might just be stuck on with sealant.

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May have to pec with hammer and screwdriver to break loose.Just try not to bend , good luck.

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Try tapping on it with a rubber hammer some times the gasket sticks it together try that and see if that works for u

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Gasket sealant sticking

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see if anything is stopping you from removeing the oil pan make sure you have a jack r somthing under the oilpan in case it drops make sure all bolts have been removed check for hiden 1s you might be surprised it shoul come free if not come back to me

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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

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the ac compressor bolts to the side of the pan and the trans bracket near the pass side of the trans

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