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Dear Sir, Can you drop the sump in a 91 camry without taking engine out.?

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Yes - You have to remove the front exhaust section.

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I discovered a leakage under my 2007 toyota camry and on the dashboard it was showing low engine oil pressure what could be the cause

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Is removal of 91 auto engine possible without removing auto box & driveshafts

Yes it's easier to remove as a set than to go to the trouble for such a lightweight gearbox as there is nothing to hold it in there once you remove all motor mounts

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It sounds like crank is worn or bearings or much clearance between them.i gather the oil pressure drops right down to hardly nothing.I gather u cleaned the oil pick up when u did the sump.u might want to do a engine flush to clean the oil ports.

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After the obvious, checking the oil level, the next step is to remove the oil pressure sensor and connect an oil pressure gauge. It sounds like you have already done this, so on to other things.

Try changing the oil filter in case it has a weak overpressure valve (meant to pass oil if the filter becomes blocked).

Some Camrys of this era suffered engine sludging, and if this has occurred it may have partly blocked the oil pickup in the sump.

After that suspect a faulty overpressure relief valve in the oil pump, or even a worn pump (this is rare in a 2007).

Worn big end and crank bearings will cause low oil pressure, but if that has occurred you would normally notice the engine burning oil (blue smoke). This and the oil pickup can be checked by dropping the sump, best done on a hoist.

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I have a 1999 toyota camry and it just resently started leaking engine oil. It is not leaking around the filter or the oil plug. It only leaks when the car is running. Where is the next most common place...

the most common place for a leak, especially when the engine running, is the rocker cover gasket on the top of the engine. other places include the crankshaft and camshaft oil seals, the sump gasket, and as you have already said, the oil filter and sump plug.
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Can you take the oil sump of a 3.5 ltr v6 mitsubishi Pajero without taking the engine out?

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Ive got an oil leak on my sump gasket on my pajero do i need to remove the engine

Iive got an oil leak on my sump gasket on my 91 pajero is the gear box in the way

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89 camry got water leaking from around water pump have taken out alternater and removed thermo cover cannot get the timing belt cover off because of engine mounts how do i get it off all bolts taken out.

Place a jack with suitable protection under sump so as not to damage sump and lift just a little to relieve just enough tension to remove through bolt onto body....Regards Johngee

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I suggest you take off the tappet covers and see if anything is broken there . Other places where there may be circlips are the distributor and oil pump, however these may be more difficult to reach. If you don't find anything under the tappet covers you can then drop the sump. This is messy but not too difficult. With the sump off you can normally reach the oil pump. If you take out the distributor be careful to put it back with the shaft in the same position or your ignition timing will be out and the engine won't run.

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