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Old 05-29-2017, 08:43 AM   #1
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there was a thread the other day about replacing the oil pan gasket. i cant find it. i did a search and cant find it. please help thanks
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This one?

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Sometimes oil seepage at pan bolts; we've had good success with small amts. of Permatex thread sealant with PTFE and at water pump bolts, etc.
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i replaced my pan gasket last weekend. now i have to change the gasket that is for the round piece that the drain plug is in. next oil change. other then that it came out good. it leaks at the cotter key now, but that is a nouther story. i can measure the thrust with s tape measure...
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Sometimes oil seepage at pan bolts; we've had good success with small amts. of Permatex thread sealant with PTFE and at water pump bolts, etc.
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