Re: [DML] Re: oil pan gasket removal
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Re: [DML] Re: oil pan gasket removal



Just to clarify...

http://www.delorean.co.uk/coolant_drain.jpg  (Dave, you're welcome to 
have this in the tech section)

Don't want you pulling oil drains :-)

BTW when you turn it over, you will inevitably get a dribble here and 
there - I find a flattenned cardboard box does a good job of soaking up 
any drips

As for drain plug tools - the 8mm square key is common to a lot of 
French cars and the tools are quite easy to get here. Any set of 
socket-style tools will have an 8mm in it. I got one from Teng, lost it, 
then got one from Snap-On which I like because it has a 19mm head.

Martin

Soma576@xxxxxxx wrote:

> 
>  
>
>OK, yeah that's what I thought.  I have never  removed those plugs but I have 
>a nifty tool I made with a Dremel - I ground down  a 3/8" Chevy/Ford 
>stripped-out-differential-check-plug extractor which I then  put inside a 5/8" 
>deepwell socket.  it fits perfectly and is made of  hardened steel.
> 
>



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