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Oil pan leak on 1994 bronco with a 5.0 liter

The steps to take to replace the oil pan gasket on a 1994 ford bronco with a 5.0 liter motor

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Oil Pan Removal

  1. Remove the bolts attaching the fan shroud (8146) to the radiator (8005) and position the fan shroud over the fan assembly.
  2. Raise vehicle.
  3. Remove exhaust manifold-to-exhaust pipe.
  4. Disconnect the oil cooler line at the left side of the radiator if equipped with an automatic transmission (7003).
  5. Remove the nuts and lockwashers attaching the engine support insulators to the chassis bracket.
  6. Drain the crankcase.
  7. Loosen transmission mounting nuts.
  8. Raise the engine (6007) and place wood blocks securely under the engine supports.
  9. Remove the oil pan attaching bolts and lower the oil pan (6675) onto the crossmember.
  10. Remove the oil pan from the vehicle.

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  • Step 2jack_thumb.jpg Safely jack up the vehicle and place jack stands to support the vehicle. Lower the jack to rest the car on the jack stands before working on the vehicle. .......OR drive the car onto a curb on one side only to give you some working room under the car.
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