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Change the oil pan gasket


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  • 3 weeks later...
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1. Remove engine guard. 108019 Removing and installing engine guard (underbody panel) on DFI engines - section on "Removing"
2. Drain engine oil. For details, see 170117 Changing engine oil and oil filter on DFI engines.
3. Remove front wire assembly from the oil pan for PDCC.
 
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 4. Remove front-axle carrier. Pay attention to the PDCC cable connections when doing so. 40061900 Removing and installing front-axle carrier. Engine carrier remains fitted on the longitudinal members.
 
Installing is pretty much the reverse...
 
1. Position oil pan and screw in screws by hand. Align oil pan and tighten.
 
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THX !!!

 

Do you have the spare part number? Is it possible to buy  the seal individually. The point 4 looks complicatetd.

 

Do you know the price for changing?

 

The sealant comes in a tube -- 000 043 300 39 -- US MSRP $28.96

 

According to Porsche's "book time" removing and replacing the oil pan (including gasket sealing) is 770 TU. 770 TU = about 7.70 hours. So it is a big job.

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THX !!!

 

Do you have the spare part number? Is it possible to buy  the seal individually. The point 4 looks complicatetd.

 

Do you know the price for changing?

 

The sealant comes in a tube -- 000 043 300 39 -- US MSRP $28.96

 

According to Porsche's "book time" removing and replacing the oil pan (including gasket sealing) is 770 TU. 770 TU = about 7.70 hours. So it is a big job.

 

 

+1.  This is a job best done on a lift and involves removal of the front axle carrier, which is a normally done to get ready for an engine removal.  Best left to the pro's.........

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+1.  This is a job best done on a lift and involves removal of the front axle carrier, which is a normally done to get ready for an engine removal.  Best left to the pro's.........

 

 


+2

 

unless you have the skills, tool, time and a lift.........

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