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Oil pan how to changed or take it off on a 1995 granam pontiac 3.1 6 sylinder

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Go to store purchase gasket kit/pan if needed. Then
    drain oil from drain plug. Remove all bolts replace gasket and put pan back on in reverse order. Tighten bolts then Add engine oil to specs

    Voila. Sorry if you need more let me know.



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