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2003 ford f 250 super duty 4x4 diesel- oil pan

Hello Everybody, hope all are well.

My trouble is the oil pan on my 2003 ford f 250 super duty 4x4 diesel, 6,0
my oil pan has rusted bad in the front and leaks thru the rust, so I need to change it, I already have a new pan but sure could use some help on how to go about the change, see I am 72 and only get 1250 a month S/S so I need to try and change it myself, I am pretty good with a tool and not to dumb, but could use some pointers if any one here could help me out with what to expect,
OK Just want to thank you for your time and help. take care

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You are going to have to loosen some motor mounts and jack the engine up some to remove the oil pan.

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Thanks bismic, I hear about 1 " should it, also remove bolts up top on the radiator, I did not hear anything about the trans.

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On the 150 4x4 models you can fairly easily drop the front axle enough to get the pan out. I'm not arguing with Mark - just curious if that's an option on the Superduties. FWIW if I was dealing with a leaky oil pan it would have to be be REALLY bad before I'd try to R & R it. JB Weld is pretty wonderful stuff. Drain the oil - wash the pan with brake clean - scuff it up with a wire wheel or dremel - 5 bux worth of JB - get on with life.

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Thank You Bob of the north, I will give it a shot and see how I make out and let you know, Thanks for your time, Bill of the East, lol have a great day

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