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    Registered User hdridinas2's Avatar
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    Oil pan gasket

    So, my Haynes book says you have to pull the motor to replace the oil pan gasket? True? Got an 86 Blazer, 2wd, 2.8l, manual.

    Thanks.

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    I know when I replaced my oil pan gasket on my 4.3 I did it when my engine was pulled and it was pretty easy doin it that way.
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    v6 yes, 4.3 no neo71665's Avatar
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    the cross member is in the way. By the time you get the engine high enough to clear it you might as well move it out of the engine bay and easily replace it.
    stock-87 blazer tahoe 2 door, 3.4, auto, 4x4

    inside- All LEDs, overhead console, white faced gauges, smoothed panels, Camo cloth, radio and speakers, keyless entry

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    Yeah. Figured. Guess i'll just wait and put a 350 in. Got like 300k on it. Runs ok, but i got leaks all over LOL. Do feel like pulling it, just to replace a gasket, then have it die on me, which with 300k is prolly gonna be soon.

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