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Old 10-30-2004, 11:32 AM   #1
fukamoto
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Default Oil Pan Removal?

This thing just won't come off.
Removed all the exhasut/header.
Removed all the bolts (including the rear 4 bolts which took 2 hours without having the ability o see most of them).

Theres a silicone solvent stuck between the bclok preventing the thing from dropping. I've tried everything online from exact-o knives being hammered to everything. EVerything.

If you have any advice, please fire me a phone call: 778.883.3347.

If you can offer a hand in Richmond, give me a call : 778.883.3347.


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Old 10-30-2004, 01:20 PM   #2
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Get a small puddy knife or a spatula (sp?) then hammer on the end with the puddy knife in between the crack and do that all the way.
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