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November 29, 2011

How to remove an oil pan

There are a variety of reasons for removing the oil pan from your car - sometimes you may need to get in behind the pan to perform some other repair or maintenance, or you may just be servicing the oil system itself.

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The drive shaft is responsible for converting the torque from the engine into energy that can be used to drive the vehicle.

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An engine misfire occurs when one or more cylinders in the engine fails, which causes the entire engine to misbehave.

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A transmission mount, much like an engine mount, is designed to keep your vehicle's transmission system in place.

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Combustion engines rely on air to function properly.

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