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Where is the best place to put the jack to lift the motor on 99 gmc sierra to replace oil pump, to take the pan off, have motor mounts loosened and oil pan bolts out. what else needs to be removed?

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Motor mount bolts need to be totally removed. If you can get at the front pulley from underneath put a wood block on it and jack from there. Watch your fan at the shroud to make sure it don't bind up might have to remove the shroud or fan

Posted on Nov 22, 2015

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SOURCE: replacing oil pump on 92 4x4 isuzu trooper

undo engine mounts jack engine up as far as it will go

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SOURCE: replacing oil pump in 95 Cutlass 3.1L

YOU WILL HAVE TO REMOVE THE EXHAUST PIPE IN THE REAR.IT HITS THE FLOOR PAN.ALSO REMOVE THE TWO DOG BONE MOUNTS ON TOP IF THIS ONE HAS THEM

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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SOURCE: oilpan removal 1992 f-150 2wd 300 6 cyl

Do you need to remove the oil pan to change the pan or just the gasket?

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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did you pull the rubber plugs between the motor and trans out? there are either nuts or bolts up there

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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SOURCE: oil pan removal for 1994 k1500 4WD

You should be able to drop the front drive and pull the starter you should be able to drop the oil-pan without to much trouble

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