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Leak on the bottom of the oil pan
#1404674 Sun Apr 04 2021 12:11 AM
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Is it possible to remove the oil pan and fix the leak without removing the engine?
That is my question!

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Re: Leak on the bottom of the oil pan
Elmo #1404682 Sun Apr 04 2021 12:33 AM
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Re: Leak on the bottom of the oil pan
Elmo #1404684 Sun Apr 04 2021 12:48 AM
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1953 3600 3/4 ton chevy!

Re: Leak on the bottom of the oil pan
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1953 3600 3/4 ton chevy!

Re: Leak on the bottom of the oil pan
Elmo #1404703 Sun Apr 04 2021 03:19 AM
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When you jack the vehicle up, support the frame, not the front axle, with your jack stands. The axle will drop down far enough for the pan to be removed that way.
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Re: Leak on the bottom of the oil pan
Elmo #1404715 Sun Apr 04 2021 09:54 AM
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Thank you Jerry!!


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