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Not difficult at all just make sure you drain the oil first. i know its a no brainer but a lot of people make that mistake but no

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SOURCE: is it difficult to remove the oil pan from a 2000 dodge stratus

Yes. And you need to take the motor mounts loose. Good luck

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SOURCE: how to remove transmission oil pan on 2006 camry

Get a wrench or plyer

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SOURCE: How do i change the oil pan on a 1995 pontiac bonnevile

No its easy. Just drain th oil. Remove all nuts around and thats it. Sand the edge realy good before intaling the new gasket and that it. Put it back

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How can I change my 3.0 Liter oil pan gasket

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I actually own a 1995 Dodge Spirit 3.0 and its not to difficult. The hardest part is removing the bracket on the transmission so you can remove the dust cover for the flywheel. (1) Drain the oil. (2) Remove the transmission bracket and the dust cover. (3) Remover all the pan bolts except one, just loosen this one so you can pry the pan off, because the pan will be stuck on. (4) Clean the engine block and the oil pan very clean. (5) Install the gasket OR sealer which ever it calls for and install the pan and fill with new oil and filter. Hope this helps and please visit my Auto-Repair-Website:

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Where is the oil pump

its in the oil pan, I just removed mine. If you have a 4X4 you have to remove the skid plate, then the front axle assembly, use an engine hoist to lift the motor slightly to get the weight off the motor mounting brackets, remove them, then you can get to the oil pan. Its not extremely difficult, I managed to do it without a motor lift, but I definitely recommend using one.

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How difficult is replacing an engine pan and gasket on 95 ford f150 4.9 litre 2wd

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  1. Raise the vehicle on a lift. Disconnect the battery to starter relay cable at the starter motor and remove the bolts and starter motor.
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Oil pump needs to be replaced

Due to the front TTB suspension in the way on the outside, and the oil pickup tube hanging low inside the oil pan, the pan is nearly impossible to remove with the engine in the vehicle.

The easiest method is to remove the engine from the vehicle.

The more difficult method is to loosen the motor mounts and jack the engine up. Lower the oil pan and reach inside the pan and remove 3 bolts attaching the oil pickup tube to the oil pump (this can only be done by feel, because you can't see the bolts with the pan in the way. You will only have a few inches to squeeze your arm through). With the pickup tube dropped into the pan, you can then remove the pan and access the oil pump.
Reverse steps for putting things back together, using new seals.

I have done this repair on my 86 B2 once. Never again. I normally do all of my own repairs on my vehicles, but this definitely qualifies as irritating enough to pay a mechanic to deal with. Good luck.

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If you have a 4.8, 5.3 or 6.0 liter motor it is considerably more difficult. If you need step by step instructions let me know, but to answer your question it is located behind the front cover of the engine. You need to remove the front cover exposing the timing chain and the oil pan in order to remove the pump on these motors. Let me know if you need further help.

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