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      02-26-2013, 11:35 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by obert View Post
Just wondering if I could take the pan off and clean it up. Then put new fluid in it with out changing the pan. Will the pan leak or car I reuse it ?
It's suggested to replace the pan gasket after dropping the pan. Problem with that in your car is the gasket is built into the pan and not available separately. I would suggest a drain and fill over dropping the filter/pan if you don't want to replace the filter/pan.
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