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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
Unless someone out there has a trick they can share, it's bitch, and then some. The engine has to be lifted up off the mounts, and a bunch of stuff has to come off before you can do that You may be better off using Bar's Leaks Engine Oil Stop Leak, or switching to a higher viscosity oil.
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Your Ride: '93. e36 325i (EURO)
Originally Posted by Dudesky
Unless someone out there has a trick they can share, it's bitch, and then some. The engine has to be lifted up off the mounts, and a bunch of stuff has to come off before you can do that ...
... I didn't know that! I was planning to remove oil pan on my next oil change, clean it and change oil pan gasket. I don't have leaks or anything, but I was thinking this was one of those "change it while you're there" things, like, for example valve cover gasket or something...
The car has A LOT of miles on it, and I've had it for six months only...I just wanted to "make sure", but I guess this is one of those things you don't touch unless you have a problem...