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Hey everyone. I no this ain't a mustang forum but you guys should no what i need. I gotta replace my oil pan gasket on my 86 mustang. i need to know if i have to do all the jacking up tearing off lines blah blah blah for changing the oil pan gasket. I know to change the oil pan it's a hell of a lot of work, i was just wondering if it's the same just for the gasket. if you guys can find me something or lemme know i'd be very thankful. i'm out.
 

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Hello

Yes, you will need to raise your engine. About 3in or so.

Felpro sells a oil pan gasket with 4 corner slide studs. Install them in the corners slide the gasket on, put the goop in the corners then slide up the oil pan. install the pan bolts, Remove the corner studs, install corner bolts & torque to specks.

If you have to remove the pan, you might have to raise it higher.

Paul
 

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thank you sir. I am just going to do it saturday. gives me more time to do it.



NOW can the oil pan leaking cause the clutch to slip? because my clutch, BRAND NEW, slips real bad under moderate acceleration. I hope this is the problem. The rear main was changed so i don't think thats it. Thanks in advanced.
 
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