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StylinMontana

Oil Pan

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2000 montana, 3.4l. Wanna replace my oilpan gasket. Do I "need" to pull subframe?

thanks :agreed:

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The way those subframes are, it would make your job quite easier with it out of the way.

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i find with most vehicles this is the case.. for less of a headache on some at least

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when i had to replace the con rod bearings, i did not pull the motor or the subframe. lifted the front of the engone with a hoist and wiggled it out.

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