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You didn't say what this is but generally they don't use oil pan bolts for grounding.

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97 mountaineer oil pan won't come out do you have to move exhaust


V6 or V8?

V6:
Section 303-01B: Basic Engine - 4.0L SOHC 1997 Explorer/Mountaineer Workshop Manual
IN-VEHICLE REPAIR Oil Pan
Removal
  1. Disconnect the battery ground cable.
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  1. Raise and support the vehicle; refer to Section 100-02 .
  1. Remove the oil pan plug and drain the engine oil.
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  1. Remove the ten oil pan bolts and remove the oil pan (6675).
    • Discard the gasket.
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Installation
  1. NOTE: All sealing surfaces must be cleaned prior to assembly. Use metal surface cleaner F4AZ-19A536-RA or equivalent meeting Ford specification WSE-M5B392-A to clean the sealing surfaces.
    Position the oil pan and gasket and install the ten retaining bolts.
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  1. Install the oil pan plug and refill the engine oil.
    • Use 5W30 engine oil meeting Ford specification WSS-M2C153-G.
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  1. Lower vehicle.
  1. NOTE: When the battery is disconnected and reconnected, some abnormal drive symptoms may occur while the vehicle relearns its adaptive strategy. The vehicle may need to be driven 16 km (10 mi) or more to relearn the strategy.
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HOW TO CHANGE OIL PAN GASKET?


Changing your oil pan gasket is pretty easy. Just messy. What you first do, is of course make sure your can get to it safely by jacking it up. Now once you can get to it safely. Then next step in where the oil pan is, you will see a plug. Get your self a big pan for oil to drain into. Any auto store has them, and there cheep. Just them you need a pan to drain your oil. Now, put the pan on the ground under your car and right under the bolt that you will be unscrewing to drain the oil. Now that the pan is under that, use a socket or wrench and unscrew oil pan bolt, and drain all your oil into pan that is on ground under it. (note, best to let car cool a lot before doing this, so oil is cool and you do not burn yourself from any hot oil)

Ok, now that your oil is all drained out into pan, next step is to get a socket and socket driver and match up with all the bolts you see going around the oil pan. You will be unscrewing all of them around the whole oil pan. After all bolts are out ( store the bolts in like a little plastic cup to not loose them. Now, you will pull oil pan down and now is the fun part. Cleaning around where oil pan went, and on the oil pan itself you will be cleaning that up good around edges, What your doing is making sure the old gasket is off and if parts are stuck or broken, making sure that is all off. Once you get the oil pan edges and the part where it goes up is all clean, then you are going to out the new oil pan gasket on the oil pan itself, making sure it is on good, straight, level you know really make sure it is flush. Now, get a couple bolts ready and your socket ready, then your going to slowly put the oil pan back up, with of course the new gasket on it and hold it up in place and then put a bolt on at one end hand tight for now, then another other end hand tight. Sometimes if you have a small jack or few 2 by 4's to help hold it up in place helps. Once you get it up in place a couple bolts on, then start putting all the bolts back on, but only hand tight. Once all are on, now slowly with socket, start tightening them down in a circular motion. Meaning top left corner, bottom left corner, top left corner right, bottom left corner right. Like going around the world when tweaking them down, so not to warp one area before all are snug together. Now, clean up all your stuff. lower car back down.

DO NOT FORGET TO PUT PLUG BACK IN OIL PAN AND DON'T FORGET TO PUT OIL BACK IN CAR. You can use the same oil you took out and put back in to engine with a funnel. But I Always tell people, to dispose of old oil, and put new oil in. Check you dip stick to make sure at full line. Now start car, let run for about 15 minutes, look under for any leaks. IF none drive around for about 10 minutes, then turn off car, look underneath after about 30 minutes of car cooling to make sure no oil leak. If no leaks, congratulations you just properly changed A oil pan gasket. Thanks Mike

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Oil Pan Rusted and needs replaced


ok not to hard to replace you need to go to auto store and buy a new one. it may or may not come with new gaskett they can tell you what size you need if it dosent come with a new one. also you will need to drain the oil before removing the old pan so make sure to buy new oil for that.. your basicly doing an oil change so you may as well get new oil filter too. then after you have everything... new pan, oil, oil filter, gaskett.. just get under take out oil plugg drain oil in catch can. remove the oil pan bolts you may have too tap the oil pan in different directions to get it to drop off. clean away old gaskett if you need to, and replace new gaskett and oil pan, lay new gaskett ontop of new oil pan and hold in place to get a couple bolts started then start and tighten all bolts useing a cross bolt tightining pattern to make sure the pan is in place{ tighten one bolt then do opposit bolt} change oil filter, and refill with oil.. if you need to see this done youtube is an excillent place to find videos on this.. i hope this helps... remember to let the car cool before doing this so get everything you need and start the next day before you drive.. nothing worse that getting hot oil down you arm while your laying on the ground...

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How to replace an oil pan on a 96 mercury cougar v6


3.8L Engine
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the air cleaner outlet tube.
  3. Unfasten the two bolts retaining the radiator upper sight shield, then position the shield aside.
  4. Remove the hood weather seal.
  5. Remove the wiper pivot arms.
  6. Remove the LH cowl vent screen and wiper module.
  7. On SC engines, remove intercooler/charge air cooler tubes.
  8. Install a Three Bar Engine Lifting Support D88L-6000-A or equivalent.
  9. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  10. Remove the front engine support insulator through bolt. On SC, also remove the LH front engine support/mount retaining strap bolt.
  11. Partially lower the vehicle. Raise the engine with the lifting support tool.
  12. Raise and safely support the vehicle. Remove the starter motor assembly.
  13. Position a drain pan, drain the engine oil, and remove the oil filter.
  14. Remove the starter motor wire, ground strap and oil cooler inlet tube (automatic transmission only).
  15. Unfasten the oil pan-to-bell housing bolts and Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor lower shield retaining bolts (if equipped).
  16. Remove the remaining oil pan retaining bolts.
  17. Remove the steering shaft pinch bolts and separate the steering shaft.
  18. Position a transmission jack under the front of the front subframe. Remove the six rearward bolts on the front of subframe, then loosen the two forward subframe bolts.
  19. Remove the lower shock absorber-to-control arm bolts and nuts (both sides).
  20. Lower the front subframe.
  21. Remove the oil pan and empty any residual oil from the pan.

To install:

  1. Clean mating surfaces of the oil pan and cylinder block. Take great care to avoid damaging the machined surfaces!
  2. Apply a bead of RTV silicone gasket sealer to the oil pan.
  3. Fit the oil pan to block to ensure enough clearance has been provided to allow the oil pan to be installed without the sealant being scraped off, under the cylinder block assembly.
  4. Install the oil pan retaining bolts at the cylinder block, bell housing and install the lower crankshaft sensor shield (if equipped). Tighten to 80-106 inch lbs. (9-12 Nm).
  5. Raise subframe into position.
  6. Install the lower shock absorber-to-front suspension lower arm bolts. Tighten to 103-144 ft. lbs. (140-195 Nm).
  7. Install the two forward front sub-frame bolts and six bolts at the rear of the subframe.
  8. Connect the steering column input shaft coupling, install the pinch bolt and tighten to 30-42 ft. lbs. (41-57 Nm).
  9. If equipped with an automatic transaxle, install the oil cooler inlet tube and the oil cooler tube, the starter wire harness and the ground strap.
  10. Install oil filter.
  11. Partially lower the vehicle.
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  14. On SC engines, install the intercooler/charge air cooler tubes.
  15. Install the wiper module, the LH cowl vent screen and the left and right side wipers.
  16. Install the hood weather seal.
  17. Install the radiator upper sight shield and secure with the two retaining bolts.
  18. Install the air cleaner outlet tube assembly.
  19. Refill the engine crankcase with appropriate type and quantity of engine oil.
  20. Connect the negative battery cable. Start the engine and check for leaks.
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Hi. Here's the procedure on how to change the oil pan.

Things You'll Need:
Drain pan
Crescent wrench
New oil filter
Oil filter wrench
Socket wrench
Socket set
Razor knife
Putty knife
New oil pan
Oil pan gasket
6 qt. of oil
Clean towel

    Draining the Oil
  1. 1 Locate the oil pan directly underneath the engine. The oil pan will be held on to the bottom of the motor by 16 to 18 bolts. The drain plug is at the bottom of the pan.
  2. 2 Loosen the drain plug with a crescent wrench. Allow all the oil to drain in to the pan. Tighten the drain plug when the oil is through draining.
  3. 3 Unscrew the oil filter with an oil filter wrench. Place the oil filter with the waste oil.
  4. 4 Rub new motor oil around the gasket of the new oil filter. Pour 1 qt. of oil in to the filter.
  5. 5 Screw the filter to the filter housing with your hands. Do not wrench-tighten as this will strip the threads and make removal of the filter difficult.
  6. Replacing the Oil Pan
  7. 1 Locate all the bolts holding the oil pan in place. There will be 16 to 18 bolts.
  8. 2 Unscrew all the bolts with a socket wrench. Lower the pan to the ground. If the pan is stubborn, tap it with a rubber mallet to loosen the seal from the gasket.
  9. 3 Scrape clean all the gasket material around the bottom surface of the motor. This will ensure a tight seal with the new oil pan.
  10. 4 Place the new gasket around the new oil pan. Raise the oil pan to the motor and screw in all the bolts. Do not tighten the bolts until all are threaded to the bottom of the motor.
  11. 5 Tighten the bolts with a socket wrench. Ensure that all the bolts are tight.
  12. Adding the New Motor Oil
  13. 1 Open the hood to access the engine compartment. Unscrew the oil filler cap on top of the crankcase. Pull the engine oil dipstick from the tube. Wipe the dipstick clean with a fresh towel.
  14. 2 Pour in 5 qt. of oil in to the engine crank case. Insert the dipstick back in to the tube and pull it back out. Check the oil level against the markings on the dipstick. Fill at 1/2 qt. intervals until the dipstick indicates "Full."
  15. 3 Start the truck and allow it to run for five minutes. Allow the truck to sit for an additional five minutes to allow the oil to drain back to the oil pan.
  16. 4 Check the oil level again. Fill if necessary, but do not overfill.

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I need to replace the oil pan on my 2002 Dodge Intrepid with a 3.5 Liter engine. What are the steps. Especially with the metal ubber pan gasket.


1.put car on a lift. 2.Drain oil. 3.make sure to have exact oil pan ready with seal in hand. 4.unscrew the bolts in a x fashon. 1-6 3-4 2-5 remove oil pan. 4.Clean all around where the oil pan used to be. 5.Attach new seal and oil pan. hand tighten all the bolts in a X fashon then tighten with a wrench or socket. 6.make sure oil drain plug is on good. 7. put new oil in typically 5 quarts. 8.put car on ground 9. All done.

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I cracked my oil pan and i need to know if i need to take out my engin to change it i'm low on cash i need help


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Section 03-01A: Engine, 3.8L 1996 Thunderbird, Cougar Workshop Manual
IN-VEHICLE SERVICE Oil Pan/Oil Pump Screen Cover and Tube Removal
  1. Disconnect battery ground cable (14301).
  1. Remove air cleaner outlet tube (9B659). Refer to Section 03-12 .
  1. Remove two bolts retaining radiator upper sight shield (8C291) and position radiator upper sight shield aside.
  1. Remove hood weather seal.
  1. Remove windshield wipers.
  1. Remove LH cowl vent screen and wiper module.
  1. Install Three Bar Engine Support D88L-6000-A or equivalent.
  1. Raise vehicle on a hoist. Refer to Section 00-02 .
  1. Remove front engine support insulator through-bolts.
  1. Partially lower vehicle.
  1. Raise engine and support with Three Bar Engine Support D88L-6000-A or equivalent.
  1. Raise vehicle.
  1. Remove starter motor (11002).
  1. Position drain pan.
  1. Drain engine oil.
  1. Remove oil bypass filter (6714).
  1. Remove starter motor wire, ground strap and automatic transmission oil cooler lines.
  1. Remove oil pan-to-bell housing bolts and bolts at crankshaft position sensor lower shield.
  1. Remove remaining oil pan retaining bolts.
  1. Remove steering shaft pinch bolt and separate steering shaft.
  1. Position transmission jack under front sub-frame (5C145).
  1. Remove six rearward bolts on front sub-frame. Loosen two forward front sub-frame bolts.
  1. Remove lower shock absorber-to-front suspension lower arm bolts and nuts (both sides).
  1. Lower front sub-frame.
  1. Remove oil pan (6675).
  1. Empty any residual oil from oil pan.
  1. Remove oil pump screen cover and tube retainer bolts and support bracket nut. Remove oil pump screen cover and tube (6622) and discard oil pump inlet tube gasket (6626).

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Do you have pictures of the parts that need to be removed in order to change the oil pan gasket?


Section 03-01: Engine, 4.6L (4V) 1997 Continental Workshop Manual IN-VEHICLE SERVICE Oil Pan/Oil Pump Screen Cover and Tube Removal
  1. Turn rear suspension leveler compressor switch (5K761) off (located in luggage compartment).
  1. Disconnect battery ground cable (14301). Refer to Section 14-01 .
  1. Remove oil level dipstick (6750).
  1. Raise vehicle on hoist.
  1. Remove dual converter Y pipe (5F250). Refer to Section 09-00 .
  1. Drain engine oil from crankcase.
  1. Disconnect engine control sensor wiring (12A581) from the low oil level sensor connector.
  1. Remove the power steering pressure hose retainer brackets from the engine front cover studs (two places). Position the power steering pressure hose (3A719) out of the way.
  1. Remove 16 bolts retaining oil pan (6675) to cylinder blocks (6010) and remove oil pan and oil pan gasket (6710).
  1. Remove two bolts retaining oil pump screen cover and tube (6622) to oil pump (6600).
  1. Remove bolt retaining oil pump screen and cover and tube support brace to main bearing stud spacer.
  1. Remove oil pump screen cover and tube. Discard O-ring.

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      Item Part Number Description 1 W701240 Bolt (16 Req'd) 2 6675 Oil Pan 3 6622 Oil Pump Screen Cover and Tube 4 6010 Cylinder Blocks 5 6710 Oil Pan Gasket A — Tighten to 20 Nm (14 Lb-Ft), then rotate 60 degrees clockwise
        Installation
        1. Inspect oil pump screen cover and tube and replace if necessary.
        1. Position oil pump screen cover and tube on oil pump with a new O-ring and hand-start two bolts.
        1. Install bolt retaining oil pump screen cover and tube to main bearing stud spacer finger-tight.
        1. Tighten oil pump screen cover and tube-to-oil pump bolts to 8-12 Nm (71-106 lb-in). Tighten oil pump screen cover and tube to main bearing stud spacer bolt to 20-30 Nm (15-22 lb-ft).
        1. Clean oil pan and inspect for damage.
        1. Clean sealing surfaces of engine front cover (6019) and cylinder blocks with a clean cloth. If scraping is required, only use plastic-tipped scrapers to prevent damaging the aluminum sealing surfaces.
        1. Position new oil pan gasket on oil pan.
        1. Apply Silicone Gasket and Sealant F6AZ-19562-AA or equivalent meeting Ford specification WSE-M4G323-A6 where engine front cover meets cylinder blocks and crankshaft rear oil seal retainer meets cylinder blocks. Position oil pan on cylinder blocks and install 16 bolts. Tighten bolts in sequence to 20 Nm (14 lb-ft), then rotate an additional 60 degrees clockwise.

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