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2003 6.0 Engine pan removal

2003 F-250 6.0L Can the pan be removed by pulling motor mount bolts and raising engine.

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I don't think the engine will raise that high without removing the tranny, at the very least you would have to remove the tranny bolts from the cross member. Why are you wanting to remove the pan? Most engine oil leaks are from somewhere on top of the engine, but only show up around the pan bolts or bell housing

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#6 cyl broken exaust valve

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I don't think the engine will raise that high without removing the tranny, at the very least you would have to remove the tranny bolts from the cross member. Why are you wanting to remove the pan? Most engine oil leaks are from somewhere on top of the engine, but only show up around the pan bolts or bell housing
It broke a exaust valve off and imbeded into piston dome. The piston should be replaced.
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wow, sorry to hear that. I'm pretty sure the motor has to be slid forward and up to clear the firewall. But I may be wrong. Someone will let you know for sure though

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I have not done it, but I was told this is the procedure:

Removal of the outer shroud is all that is necessary. Remove the motor mount nuts and lift the engine. Make sure to wedge something like a block of wood or large sockets between the frame and motor mounts for safety. Two large sockets with extensions on them (to use as a handle) will keep your hands out from under the motor mounts. Unbolt the pan and drop it down. Then drop the pick up tube in the pan - the pan will not clear with the tube in place. Then slide the pan out the rear under the transmission.

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like bismic said that's the correct way can be done
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