ive heard from a few people is it true u have to pull the engine to replace the oil pan gasket mines leaking so i want to replace the gasket but not leaking enough for me to pull the engine if u have to pull the engine is there some easy way to stop little drips
no but will due that as soon as the damb rain stops and i can get my other car out the way cant wait to get rid of it having 1 car is the way to go why blue and not red in paintball aplications u use red for permanet and blue to hold the scrwes from falling out the gun
I changed my oil pan by just lifting the engine a few inches. Wasn't that big a deal at all, didn't even have to remove the pick-up tube. Just loosen the motor mounts and the trans mount before lifting. I actually made a bracket to mount to the engine so I could use a hydraulic jack instead of a engine hoist, that made it real easy.
they are harder on the newer trucks but little bit more room on the 12 valves, but yes you will have to pull the motor mounts, you should be able to do it in one afternoon
good luck its kind of a dirty job
I'd say you don't want to use red because like you said it's permanent and most of the time you have to heat the bolt up to get it out. Blue is just a medium strength hold. which means it holds enough where the bolt won't fall out but where if needed you can still take it out.