It depends on whether the truck has 4wd or 2wd.. GM recommends removing the engine from the chasis. However, where there is a will, there is a way.. Try removing the engine mount bolts and any other connections to the engine that would Prevent you from jacking it up 3 - 4 inches, or enough height to clear the crossmember when removing the pan..
Probable rear main seal failure. You will have to remove the transmission to do the repair.
You must remove it, fit a new one and then bleed the brakes to remove the air in the new line.
Water in oil is usually caused by a leaking headgasket. This is the gasket between the engine block and the head. It is an expensive repair.
the only true way repair the leaking oil pan it to remove the pan and change the gasket their is no quick fix for a leaking oil pan if you do it right the first time it wont bie you in the but latter
How can I do some home toilet repair? I have an upstairs pipe that is leaking underneath the toilet.
probably everywhere, but if you don't find out where the leak is, you may burn up the engine or transmission, so if it stops leaking, you have a problem. FIND the leakand repair it.
That depends on where the oil leak is, is it in the motor self or is one of the seals leaking?
First you have to identify the fluid that is leaking then locate the source of the leak before we can tell you how to repair it.
Some typical radiator repair jobs are leaking hoses, leaking radiators or loose connections.
If its inside the cab at the firewall, its probably your heater core which is located on the passenger side under the dash. This repair is usually not much fun. If its leaking in the engine compartment near the firewall, its probably a heater hose that is failing. This is an easy repair
Probably not. This repair can be done with out having to replace the engine, unless the leaking head gasket has caused other engine damage.
First thing Is There Is No Water In An Altenater. ... But it Does sound Like the Heater Hose Is leaking and it is located Under The Intake Manifold on the 4.6 Engine And It is running Down Front Of moptor The Only Way to Repair This Is to Remove The Intake Manifold.....:)
Hey Ryan==This is too general. You have to see where it is leaking from and repair it. Good luck, Joe
Depends on how bad it is leaking. If it is just a trickle I would not have it repaired and keep and eye on the oil level. This is an expensive repair but if it is leaking badly you will have to have it repaired.
You will be better off replacing it that trying to repair it.
The oil filter is located at the bottom of the engine. It can be remove with an oil filter wrench. Do not remove the engine top cover unless you need to repair something very major.
stuff it with paper
You need a repair shop
Of course you do not have to remove the engine. Take the car to a professional for this repair. Your question indicates that you do not have the knowledge or skill to perform this repair.
Replace the leaking part
Replace the part it is leaking from.
Determine the origination of leak and repair Could be transmission cooler line, seal, etc.
The repair depends on where it is leaking oil. As you didn't list the location it is impossible to give an answer.The repair depends on where it is leaking oil. As you didn't list the location it is impossible to give an answer.
You could repair a leaking fuel tank by taking it off of the vehicle and welding it. Once the welding has dried you may put it back on the vehicle.
Any gasket or seal on the engine could be leaking. Have it checked by a trusted repair shop.