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1995 Buick Riviera Engine Oil Pan Dorman

P311-1CBD490    W0133-1865690  New

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1998 Buick Park Avenue Engine Oil Pan Dorman

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1998 Buick LeSabre Engine Oil Pan Dorman

P311-1CBD490    W0133-1865690  New

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1998 - Buick LeSabre
Dorman
1995 Buick Riviera Engine Oil Pan Dorman

P311-1CBD490    W0133-1865690  New

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Dorman Engine Oil Pan
  • 2nd Design - with Service Reminder & Level Sensor - Stamped #24502783
  • Including 12mm Drain Plug & Seal. - Stamped #24502783
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1995 - Buick Riviera Supercharged
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2014 Buick Verano Engine Oil Pan 4 Cyl 2.4L Dorman

P311-15B822F    W0133-1866340  New

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Dorman Engine Oil Pan
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2014 - Buick Verano L 4 Cyl 2.4L 145 2384
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2014 Buick LaCrosse Engine Oil Pan 4 Cyl 2.4L Dorman

P311-15B822F    W0133-1866340  New

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2014 - Buick LaCrosse L 4 Cyl 2.4L 145 2384
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2015 Buick Regal Engine Oil Pan 4 Cyl 2.4L Dorman

P311-15B822F    W0133-1866340  New

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2017 Buick Verano Engine Oil Pan Dorman

P311-15B822F    W0133-1866340  New

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2017 - Buick Verano
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2006 Buick Lucerne Engine Oil Pan 8 Cyl 4.6L Spectra Premium

P311-210F6C8    W0133-1865706  New

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Spectra Premium Engine Oil Pan
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2006 - Buick Lucerne V 8 Cyl 4.6L 281 -
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2006 Buick Lucerne Engine Oil Pan 8 Cyl 4.6L Dorman

P311-174C9BB    W0133-1865706  New

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1987 Buick Skylark oil leak

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Question From kelam on 1987 Buick Skylark oil leak

My daughter's car starting leaking oil extremely bad. We thought it was the rear main, but a mechanic told us it was leaking from the oil pan. We replaced the oil pan gasket and now it is leaking from a tube that comes off of the block. Any ideas what this tube is and why it would be leaking oil? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

Response From kelam

No, this isn't the dipstick tube. It is located on the underside of the engine block.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Transmission cooling lines may run by there or perhaps PS lines but those shouldn't run there. Check by color what type of oil you notice with white paper. Trans is pink/red -- check trans fluid, engine oil and see if low. I wouldn't wait so figure this out fast before a real problem happens,

T

Response From kelam

We know what different fluids look like, my husband is a fairly decent mechanic/body man. He is currently restoring a 1967 Chevy pickup. I was raised with three brothers and a dad who worked on cars all the time, so I know quite a bit about vehicles myself. Plus, this was leaking oil in the first place, that is why he changed the oil pan gasket on the advice of a mechanic. Since we do know quite a bit about vehicles, we are baffled by what this tube is. We have never seen one on an engine before. We are not driving the vehicle until we figure out the problem.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Is this the dipstick tube? Can you determine what this tube is for orconnected to for more help. Hard to guess without more info,

T

oil pump removal 2005 buick rendezvous 3.4

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Question From bldbill on oil pump removal 2005 buick rendezvous 3.4

Looking to change oil pump on buick rendezvous . Any tips would be welcomed.
Thanks

Response From kev2

I could add a step by step BUT I will first ask WHY are you condemning the pump?
this is a major job -- flat rate @ 7hrs... that's for a pro in fully equipped shop.

Response From bldbill

Low pressure light came on, change the sensor yesterday no problems. Wife went to go to work this morning and light came on, now it is running rough.

Response From bldbill

So I do have to pull the engine. Was hoping that with technology nowdays they would of figured something out by now

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

You don't have to remove the engine, but you'll need an engine support adapter because you got to drop the subframe to get the oil pan out. Suggest you pick up some service information. Try AlldataDIY.

Response From bldbill

Going to garage, I have the knowledge but not the tools. Too old to put it on blocks and crawl under it. 210,000 on engine. maybe time for a new car payment.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

210K and this issue: OK if tested REAL and low enough as you just said to run lousy because of true low oil pressure there's some pretty nasty damage going on already. If a pump alone was free it wouldn't make it right.
Got to know the warnings and heed them. Low oil level not to be confused and low oil pressure a different and very fatal problem to an engine.


Do check or have check with a gauge and if real causing it to run lousy think hard about keeping this vs IMO a marginal fix if a new oil pump even shut out the warning?


T

Response From bldbill

The first thing I did was check the level. just changed the oil two weeks ago. It was fine. Low oil pressure sensor was leaking so I changed that. ran it for a bit seemed ok. I have it being towed to a trusted garage and they'll let me know what's up.

Response From Hammer Time

Smart decision

Response From bldbill

Thank you !!

Response From kev2

your next step is to confirm oil pressure, a mechanical gauge is used - often installed where the pressure sender is.
I would also scan for codes- would confirm if any sensor issues ie wiring etc.
I want to add oil pressure sensor not oil level sensor.

Transaxle 1998 buick park avenue 3.8

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Question From hardballcoaster on Transaxle 1998 buick park avenue 3.8

Was driving the car when I hit a dang rock .It caved in the oil-pan ( not real bad)..and every bit of the tranny fluid dumped out..put fluid in ..fuild runs out..took it to a garage..where its sat for the last 9 months..all they did was drop the oil-pan and banged it out..I was told they sean that there was a bad rod-bearing...and never sean any damage to the transaxle???.. Now that i got time I went and got the car...Heres my question...Befor the killer rock car was quiet..now it sounds just like a bearing trashed..Now I know theres damage to the trans ..would this cause the sounds like a spun bearing?????....

Response From Tom Greenleaf

The waiting 9 months is a problem alone! If an oil pan for engine or trans ( they are different ) was damaged and leaked then just pounding it back out wouldn't stop the leak. Which or both were damaged? Did you try to drive it when empty? Did it just sit void of engine oil or trans fluid out in the rain for 9 months or something? If a pan was damaged bad enough it could have bent into parts inside - was it that bad in your opinion?

T

Response From hardballcoaster

The oil pan was banged in ..but to me it wasnt that bad..there was no oil loss just tranny fluid...the oil pan was put back on..why on earth they saw there was a bad bearing (thats what they say) and not do anything I dont know..I dont think they wanted to work on it from the get-go..so I just let the car sit there cuz I didnt have time or room for it...For damage to the trans pan I didnt see any and I was told by the garage monkies they didnt see any damage ..Car runs good just the bad knocking sound..its not drivable wont go into gear even with fluid in...Im putting the car upon stands tomorrow and if the sound is loud and clear from the oil pan then I'll know that problem...And I'll pray the crank is good enough that I can just put in new bearings...As for the trans Im at a loss there..I checked around and found another transaxle...I've never messed with front wheel drive befor and was told its a F...ing bitch..because of the sub-frame and all..I dont know i'll find out..If u know of any tricks to droping the trans please let me know..thanks

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Let's start over. You hit a rock. Trans fluid dumped out. You thought minimal damage to it's pan??

Where was the fluid leaking from? It could have been a line or who knows? An engine bearing is kind of high up and not something I would think would get damaged from denting the engine's oil pan quite so easily. There is a pick up screen that might have been damaged and the engine can't pick up oil and certainly could cause damage if run like that.

Waiting 9 months by you or the shop is nuts! Any attempt to drive this car could have caused more damage.

This is impact damage not what anyone logs in their knowlege base as routing for age, miles or wear.

Get under there and see and take pics if possible of what was damaged. I've pounded out trans pans on that exact 3.8 engine that didn't leak. If they had or if I saw anything when pan was removed I would assess if it was ok or not from there. When these cars are nice, newer or valuable the pans should definately be replaced. This metal could be torn, creased or puntured. I'm not thrilled with trying to repair damage to either oil or trans pans.

Back: If you could wait 9 months do you even need this car at all?

T

Response From hardballcoaster Top Rated Answer

Thanks for the reply... There is no damage to the the trans pan what so ever ...fluid is comming out where the torque converter is at the fly-wheel...it seems theres no damage to the torque converter but i cant see the back side. I got the sub-frame down and going to drop the trans tomarrow.....I did drop the oil pan to see if there was a spun bearing and no....I have the car on stands and when running the tapping sound was comming from the close side of the tranny...I do know about cars (not to good with front wheel drives) but i have never had a trans go out and make this kind of sound...one question ..How the hell do you get the drive axles out????...Ive been told u just pry them out but these are stuck and i dont want to brake the cv housing ...is there a trick.. no seems to know

Response From hardballcoaster

Can anyone tell me what years and models I can use to switch out the bellhousing ...I found my problem (you can see in the pictures) Ive got a major crack behind the torque converter...Ive got alot of mixed info on what I can use to replace the housing...if anyone knows pleas let me know

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Ya - that would do it! A good salvage yard should have the info and an inventory of what you need,

T