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I wanted to know if there was eny sealer that you can put on the pan. There is a little surface rust and I am just afraid of it poking through. Plus I don't want to pull the engine yet. So eny thing will help thanks.


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Clean and dry all oil with brake clean let dry and wipe real clean with dry cloth to remove any film and seal with high temp black permatex.!!!

Never see it again..........let dry real well before restarting engine over night is best...........by by leak.

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I would paint it, after cleaning the spot...

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