The size of the oil pan screw for the 2001 Oldsmobile Alero is one half with the threads one eighth inch to 27. The screws can be purchased at any auto parts store.
hi you have to remove the oil pan then go to autozone or oriley and tell them you need a oil pan gasket for 96 dodge neon then you would place blue siacone on the oil pan ,then you would place the gasket on the oil pan ,make sure that you can see the screw holes ok very easy.
It depends if you are loosening it or tightening it.
dah stupid by removing the screw
It's on the back side of the oil pan.
climb under it an on the oil pan it has a screw an that's how you take change the oil in a 1997 BMW 313i
Its always counterclockwise. isn't it?
You need to remove the transmision oil pan, it is held on by aproximtly 12 screw. You have to replace the filter, use a new gasket and reinstal the oil pan.
Counter clockwise. Counter clockwise.
Drain the oil from your oil pan. Remove the oil pan bolts. There are 24 oil pan bolts. The oil pan will come off.
You turn it counter clockwise to loosen.
15mm on 3100 v6 and also quad 4
The drain screw is located at the center, at the rear end, of the oil pan underneath the car. It is a size 13 mm bolt. It is not located at the bottom of the oil pan, but mounted at the rear. You will need to stretch out to reach the bolt from your front side of the car. email@example.com
You will need to drop the oil pan to change the oil pan on a Hummer 2. The oil pan is located in inside the oil pan. You also need to first drain the oil pan of the old oil before you drop the pan.
Well if it helps, I have a 1996 2.0L 16 Valve 4 cylinder engine. If you jack the car up in front, and get under it, you should see the oil pan almost directly under the engine, but slightly towards the passenger side. When the pan is located, you should see a screw towards the back and bottom of the pan. Loosen the screw, but have a pan to catch the oil ready. Once the oil starts to run out, keep unscrewing until the screw is all the way removed. Give it a few minutes to drain, then unscrew the oil filter, if you are changing it, and dump it's contents into the dirty oil and then put it in the box of the new one and dispose of it. When the oil is all drained and down to about a drip, wipe off the oil pan's screw and replace it into the back of the oil pan. Then, apply a slight amount of new oil around the rubber gasket of the new oil filter, and install it, appling about 10 to 15 pounds of pressure to it after it is snug. Once the screw is reinstalled and the new filter is in place, you can comense adding the new oil into the engine. Mine takes about 4 quarts, but amount may vary depending on the engine size and the amount of time alloted to the pan to drain. Once you are all done, check the dip stick to ensure you have added the proper amount of oil and watch under the car for a few days to make sure there are no leaks. Hope this helps and if you know of an easy way to change the headlight bulbs, that would be much appricated. daman155
Lift car up. You would see a square box with a screw, have a deep pan ready, remove screw, oil would come out wait till it finishs dripping, put screw back, change oil filter with new one add oil. Done P.S. messy job, make sure car is cold oil would burn you.
raise the vehicle. place a pan under the oil pan. remove the oil drain plug. when the oil stops draining, replace the plug. do NOT overtighten or you WILL strip out the pan. place pan under oil filter. unscrew the filter and drain the filter in the pan. make sure rubber gasket is on old filter. place thin layer of oil on new filter gasket and screw onto the filter housing. do NOT overtighten. hand tightening is plenty. lower vehicle and add oil. start up and check oil pressure. stop vehicle and check oil level.
Remove the drain bolt from the oil pan, and let the oil drain into a bucket. Unscrew the oil filter with the use of a filter wrench. Screw the new filter on, and reinstall the oil bolt.
You will need a new oil pan gasket when the oil pan gasket leaks. It is recommended that you use a new oil pan gasket every time you remove the oil pan.
Drain the oil from your 1995 Chevrolet oil pan. Remove the oil pan retaining bolts. The oil pan will come off.
Drain the oil from your 1996 Chevy Lumina oil pan. Remove the oil pan retaining bolts. The oil pan will come off.
The oil pan drain plug is located on the oil pan.
Park vehicle on a level surface. Remove the oil pan drain plug and drain the oil out in a catch pan. Remove the oil filter and apply oil to the gasket of the new filter. Screw on the new filter tightening it 3/4 turn after it makes contact with the mounting surface. Pour in the correct amount and weight of oil needed for your vehicle.