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post #1 of 6 Old 05-29-2012, 09:49 AM Thread Starter
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Question oil pan

anybody ever changed one? my question is do you have to take the motor out? i have a 2wd

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Doesnt have to come all the way out just loosen motor mounts and use hoist to raise engine enough to get everything out.

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Gotcha so basically a couple of inches that's kind of a relief.. Was told I had to pull it because of the oil pickup.

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It can be done i had to pull the trans out and you have to unbolt the pickup tube while its still in the pan but its still beats pulling the engine.
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Ya the pan drops enough to unbolt the pickup sorry if it sounded like it would clear

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gotcha, not going to be doing this anytime soon, but just in case, I'd like to atleast have an idea of what to expect. my oil pan in bad shape, to the point where you can push it up where the drain plug is and it will move oh 1/4" which i am sure its very thin but now i know what to expect thanks

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