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Can you remove the oil pan on a 1994 Chevy Caprice Classic with the 5.7LV8 without pulling the motor?

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2011-09-12 14:07:34
2011-09-12 14:07:34

I have a 1994 caprice wagon with a 350 in it and I just removed the oil pan. It was a hard job to do.First of all the oil pan bolts were hard to get to. Then I had to remove the starter and the oil cooling lines and the oil filter housing with a Allen wrench (metric). then I had to remove the motor mount bolts and jack the engine up as far as it could go and I barely had enough clearance to get the oil pan off.So I guess if you had to do it it could be done... Hope this info helps you out.

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