Oil Pan Gasket
When the engine is running, oil constantly sprays out from the spinning parts richocheting everywhere. The engine oil pan gasket fits between the top of the oil pan and the bottom of the engine block, preventing oil from splashing out.
On some vehicles, the oil pan gasket suffers from an inadequate design and they all fail. On others, it's just plain wear-and-tear caused by the metal expanding as the engine warms, and contracting as the engine cools. The cost of replacing an oil pan gasket varies widly. On some vehicles, it's just a matter of unbolting the pan and put on the gasket. It the worse of cases, the engine has to be removed from the vehicle to get the oil pan off so so the expense of unnecessary oil pan gasket replacement should be avoided.
If you think your vehicle has a leaking oil pan gasket, bring your vehicle to Clearview Tire & Auto Service for a correct diagnosis and professional guaranteed repairs which includes our Certified Auto Repair Nationwide Warranty. We're in Hopkinsville, not far from Ft. Campbell and we've been here since 1952. Most repairs include one year FREE towing and roadside assistance, good 24/7 coast-to-coast.
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