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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-31-09, 04:33 PM Thread Starter
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f250 remove oil pan

So the book says
remove the UPPER INTAKE MANIFOLD and THROTTLE BODY
disconnect the oil cooler line at the left side of the radiator
REMOVE THE EXHAUST
Raise engine
remove the transmission CROSSMEMBER


The stuff in caps I don't understand:
Why remove the upper intake manifold? Is there not enough room up top? Will it hit the back near the wipers?

Remove the exhaust at what point and for what purpose? If the exhaust tube behind the oil pan is the problem I can remove that tube from the catalytic converter to the manifold. What about the right tube for the other side? Does that have to be removed to jack the engine up?

Tranny crossmember? not sure why that's needed to remove.


So anyone who has replace a 94 f250 5.8 auto oil pan can please walk me through the process I'd appreciate it. thanks.


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Re: f250 remove oil pan

u need to take off the intake manifold because it will hit, the exhaust will catch on the body and you can't get the motor up high enough because of it. the cross member needs to b removed because the tranny will hold the motor in place and u can't lift the motor up. it can be very frustrating
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Re: f250 remove oil pan

Here's the revised procedure, which is MUCH easier, quicker, & less frustrating.


1. Remove the engine.
2. R&R the oil pan & whatever else needs fixin'.
3. Install the engine.

I promise you it's better than whatever book you're using.
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