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oil pan leak

i have a 1996 f350 7.3 an the oil pan is leaking does any one have any ideas no time to pull the motor right now to reseal her thanks for ANY advice
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Your gonna have to pull the motor or at least jack it up I think.

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Sure it's the pan and not something else?



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yea I'm positive passenger side rear corner
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I don't know why I assumed it was coming from the dipstick

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my pan was leaking slightly in the front. i cleaned up oil with brake clean and smeared some of the grey silicone ford uses for a pan seal on the 7.3 in the joint. let set up for a couple hours and leak solved cuz i also had not time to pull motor until spring.

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I spent a week fixing mine after i drained the oil i let it sit for three days then brake cleaned the piss out of it. after it was fully done dripping and drying i placed a good amount of jb weld on the leaking area then took a shop paper towel, and stuck it to the jbweld. I took another layer of jbweld over top of that making a jb weld, carbon fiber. and to this day it still holds that was a year and a half ago. not a drop of oil leaks out of it.

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