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Oil pan cover?

My buddy at work has a really nice oil leak coming out of his oil pan. At one time I thought I saw that someone sold a plastic cover for the oil pan that could be installed without pulling the motor. Am I wrong?

Another question is he has a '97 OBS. Is the oil pan the same? I say it is but he says no....

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I think this is what you're looking for...

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Yes that is it... Thank you! Do you know if these work at all?

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I've always thought this was a very interesting idea. I believe in the theory, the adhesive, but have No Idea how well it actually works. It's the kind of thing you'd like to see a good track-record with, over some years and all. But I'm unaware of much of that...
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He has some 2 part epoxy on there from napa right now. I was just looking for a simple fix for him. He took it in and got it quoted and they wanted $1500 to just replace it because he already has a new oil pan.

I was just wondering if anyone has actually used this. And if it had fixed the problem.

Thank you for the reply.

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Ive been wondering the same thing i either have to replace mine or try that, i dont really wana pull the motor, the kit was around 200 bucks, alot better then your quote

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