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    Jk oil pan and plate.

    Does anyone have any knowledge on what needs to come off when taking the oil pan plate out to do the gasket on a 3.8l jk? Any info would be fantastic. I plan to do it next weekend. Thanks
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    I have read this more than once.... you are asking for info on removing the skid plate to access the engine oil pan. to replace that gasket?
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    No no there is a plate between the oil pan and block. Pan comes off the plate fine but the gasket is between the block and plate and I was wondering if anyone knew what I'm going to go through to take the plate off

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    ok, I looked on youtube no info on there.... sorry I'm of no help......... P.M Just-lift-it he's the unofficial JK guy

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    Yea I tried YouTube. Thanks tho I will message him.

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    I have done a few of these. There pretty straight forward easy to do. Have you washed the block and pan off and run it up to see where the leak is coming from? The front crank seal if leaking will blow down along the pan rail looking like a pan leak.

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    The front seal has been done already. She's got a lot of km on her. 367km approx.

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    The pan is starting to rust up good so I am doing it regardless.

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