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Old 09-06-2007, 07:29 PM
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Hey New Friends,

I bought this van a few months ago and was told to beware of rust on the pan ( after I already bought it) I gently snadblasted the pan using a pressurized sand blaster at under 60 psi and was ready to prime and paint with rustoleum and lo and behold oil started dripping from a spot on the bottom. I plugged it with a self tapping screw and teflon tape to prevent loosing all the oil and now realize the pan must me piited all over.. Now for the Q - does the engine need to be pulled or can it be raised.. to install a new pan?

Thank you for your help.. Also some say that the dealers drill out the crossmember Is this true..

Dave
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Old 09-20-2007, 06:31 PM
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Hey guys,

Good luck to you!! Hope your oil pans don't rust out !! Cause pullin the tranny and raising the engine get a bit pricey.. where did the Ford quality go?? Just dig a bit into you pocket and wham bam thank you mam.. Hey I thank you all for the help !! HA HA !!
Ya better check under or say bye bye engine !!
GOOD LUCK 2 all ya Ford Suckers !!

Megamiles
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