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I feel stupid, wheres the oil pan.

Im not seeing it down there and now i feel dumb. Anyone wanna tell me where to look
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Old 10-05-2003, 09:22 AM
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The entire bottom of the engine. Hint: It has ribs on the bottom.
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more specifially, im changing my oil and cant find the Bolt to take out, where is it
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In the side of the oil pan.
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Lying under the car (upwards obviously) it's on the right hand side of the rearmost side of the oil pan.
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well which way would your head be pointing? back or front? my right or your right? hehe
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FYI, 944's have the engine in the front...so if you are looking in the rear, you won't find it...

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lol thats what i was doing wrong, i was looking on the bottom of everything, and didnt think to look on the side
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