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Offline Red Biker

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Oil Pan Re assembly
« on: Sunday, 28 January 2018, 06:04 am »
Hi Guys,
My original post didn't work for some reason!

I'm after advice on putting the oil pan back on, when I took it off the link pipe had already fallen into the pan so not sure where it goes?
It's the pipe on the right of the pic.

16530-42F00 Pipe, Oil Outlet Under

Thanks in advance
Red
« Last Edit: Sunday, 28 January 2018, 08:23 am by gsxbarmy »
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Re: Oil Pan Re assembly
« Reply #1 on: Sunday, 28 January 2018, 06:31 am »
@Red Biker
it's the oil outlet pipe from what i can see it goes to the oil pump and returns excess oil back to the sump .it shud fit on to a machined part of the oil pump as far as the microfiche shows.
get under and have a look hopefully it'll be obvious

good luck
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« Last Edit: Sunday, 28 January 2018, 06:38 am by seth »
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Re: Oil Pan Re assembly
« Reply #2 on: Sunday, 28 January 2018, 06:37 am »
If I remember right, the end with the 2 lugs goes up into the front right hand side of the engne where the oil outlet is. It goes over a bracket just next to the outlet. The other end goes up into the engine. They are a swine to fit as they always want to fall out under gravity. I solved this by using pliers to gently close the gap on the pipe lugs and give it more grip onto the bracket. Wish I had pictures as I spent ages trying to fit it without it falling off.

Good luck  :salute:


EDIT***   Yeah, that picture above  :clapping:

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Re: Oil Pan Re assembly
« Reply #3 on: Sunday, 28 January 2018, 06:43 am »
Brill, thanks Seth/Lloyd that gives me what I needed to know  :cheers:
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Re: Oil Pan Re assembly
« Reply #4 on: Sunday, 28 January 2018, 06:46 am »
They are a swine to fit as they always want to fall out under gravity. I solved this by using pliers to gently close the gap on the pipe lugs and give it more grip onto the bracket.

EDIT***   Yeah, that picture above
Yep, that's what I did as well, doesn't have to be much, just a tighten up & it stays there fine.
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