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Oil pan removal on 6.0L

Truck is an 04, 4x4. Can you replace the pan without pulling the engine? I'm 100 miles from the truck so can't look at it.

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I remember seeing a thread where a guy changed a rusty oil pan by raising the engine a couple of inches. I sure a tech will chime in.


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No I am pretty sure no, have to pull engine. Oil pan bad or just gasket.
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Click on link below. See the last post by M-Chan Ford Tech

DARE I ASK......Oil Pan Replacement.


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No I am pretty sure no, have to pull engine. Oil pan bad or just gasket.
Truck is a wrecked total loss that I'm rebuilding. When it was wenched out of the ditch the oil pan was "dented". If it was easy to replace I was going to do it. If Engine has to come out, I'm gonna try it like it is. No leaks apparant. It isn't that bad. But a little concerned with where the pick-up tube is. Center of pan or kicked off to the driver/passenger side? Damage is more on the drivers side, rear of the pan.

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May be a stupid question but I wonder you couldnt just cut the cross member out and weld a new one in after the job is done? With proper bracing etc the frame wont twist. Just curious is all, A good fabricator can make it look better than new

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I have taken the oil pan off by lifting the engine up a bit... Then I pulled the engine out through the front of the truck


Done it twice in the last year

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I have taken the oil pan off by lifting the engine up a bit... Then I pulled the engine out through the front of the truck


Done it twice in the last year
How hard of a job is this? What king of hoist / engine stand are you using to hold such a monster motor?

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Not "too" hard...

I could take out the engine and tranny out in a weekend with a helper.
This should be a day or two of work for a bigginer i assume.

Just a regular 2 ton Harbor Freight engine puller

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