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How do you remove the oil pan on a 93 Corsica 3.1 V-6?

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2014-09-18 00:22:56
2014-09-18 00:22:56

Drain the oil from your 1993 Chevrolet Corsica 3.1 liter engine oil pan. Remove the oil pan retaining bolts. The oil pan will come off.

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1. Jack up your car and place it on jack stands. 2. Drain your oil (remove oil plug) 3. Remove your oil filter. 4. Remove the oil dipstick and tube ( one bolt #14 wrench size. front of engine). 5. Remove cross bracket ( four bolts #15 wrench size. attached to oil pan). 6. Remove two nuts from the front exhaust and use a bungee cord to hold it up. 7. Remove two nuts from the rear exhaust. 8. Remove the lower bolt from the A/C. 9. Remove the torque converter cover (next to the oil pan). (one #18 bolt, two #10 bolts, there is also a rubber gasket between the torque converter and the oil pan that needs to be removed.) 10. Remove the two bolts from the timing chain cover #10 wrench 11. Remove two nuts on the left of the oil pan and two nuts on the right. #10 wench) 12. Remove five bolts on the front and 5 bolts on the back of the oil pan. #13 wrench). 13. Remove oil pan and gasket. 14. Clean oil pan and check for cracks .replace if needed. 15. Clean oil pan surface thoroughly! 16. Clean engine surface thoroughly! 17. put RTV silicone sealant on the left and right sides of engine surface. 18. place new filter over the four small bolts...silicone should hold it in place. 19. place the oil pan over the top of the four bolts and place the nuts on But DO NOT Tighten! 20. hand tighten the ten bolts. 21. hand tighten the four nuts. 22. hand tighten the two bolts on the timing cover. 23. use a torque wrench to tighten to ten bolts. 24. use a torque wrench to tighten the four nuts. 25. use a torque wrench to tighten the two bolts. 26. tighten the bolt to the A/C. 27. Replace the Torque converter cover and rubber gasket. 28. Reattach the exhaust pipes. (Rear first, then front) 29. Reattach the cross bracket. 30. tighten the oil plug and replace oil filter. 31. Reattach the oil tube. 32. Replace oil. 33. Check for leaks. 34. lower the car off of the jack stands. 35. Take a shower. 36. Take a test drive!

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The oil pump on most American engines is located inside the oil pan. My Grand Prix is a 96 3.1 litre which doesn't appear to be an interchangeable engine with yours so I'm not sure if you have the engine that is mounted sideways in your car or not. I am guessing that you do, which means that you would have to remove the oil pan which on those cars requires removal of the engine from the car because the transmission is located under the engine and prevents an easy removal of the oil pan. I completely removed my engine and replaced it in about eight hours, but it requires a pretty good understanding of how everything is connected so you know how to put it back. It also requires the use of an engine puller which is something that not everyone has. I am not sure how you figured out the oil pump drive seal is bad unless the oil pressure was measured but even low oil pressure could be caused by a lot of things, not just an oil pump. Tom it should be located under the throttle body on the block where the distributor would be if it used one. some of them you have to remove the intake to get to it. if its only under the throttle body then you remove that then there is one bolt that holds it in then you remove it oil the new seal and replace it. $5.95 on your own $360 done by mechanic.


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