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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-20-2010, 09:15 PM Thread Starter
 
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94 oil pan replacement

i know that it has to be lifted up off the mounts ... but do you take the upper intake (5.0)off or can it be done with it on????? dont realy wanna pull the hole thing out... kuz im not gettin payed all that much for doin it..

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You only have to move it up and inch, right? I wouldn't think you would need to remove the upper intake for that. For that matter, you might get 2 or 3 inches before you have to consider drastic measures. Now, the tubes going to the throttle body from the air filter may have to come off one end.

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Yeah you will have too for cleance around the oil pump. Just unhitch the 6 bolts and try to put to one side
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yes the upper has to come off for oil pan replacement on the 5.O



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philly:just take the pickup tube out with the pan,and if your just replacing the gasket you don't even have to completly remove pan.


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Just finished doing one for a customer (1992 F150 5.0l) and yes remove the upper plenum, disconnect trany lines if automatic, rad hoses, and you will have to drop or move the exhaust "Y" pipe to the rear of the truck after disconnecting from the manifolds then its a piece of cake. Not so easy if only one person doing the install, kinda hard playing blind when installing the pump drive back into the bottom of the distributor while holding the pick-up tube high enough to do this , hands are about 2.5 to 3 feet apart and the motor cross member is in the way so you cannot see, but it is do-able. The book hours for doing this is 6 hours, have fun.

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I paid a mechanic to replace the oil pan on my 1996 f150 4x4. I watched him do the job, and man did he earn his $$$$ on that job. He removed the engine mount bolts and jacked up the engine as far as he could without disconecting anythig else. After he unbolted the pan from the engine, and strugled for about 30 minutes until he actually used a reciprocating saw to cut the old oil pan and remove it. (I wouldn't have thought of that) Then I thought "well there is no way he is going to get the new one in without cutting it in two", but I was amazed when after about 5 minutes of cursing, and swearing, it was in. The only thing he had to do after replacing the engine mount bolts, was reconect the low pressure power steering line that got pulled off when he jacked up the engine. I forgot to mention that he cut the exhaust withth the sawsall and just mig welded it together to finish up the job. 2 years later,everything is still great

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