Leak oil pan on 1995 Ford Windstar

I have a leak in the oil pan and because of rust and I don't want to spend $400 at a garage to get it fixed. I want to do it myself. Who knows how to do this? Who has a diagram of the car parts? Thanks for the help!

by in Minneapolis, MN on September 02, 2009
3 answers
ANSWER by on September 03, 2009
Do yourself a big favor, invest in a repair manual. Try alldatadiy.com or chiltonpro.com, they have online repair manual susbscriptions. You can see how to perform this repair and many others, plus determine the tools needed. Repairing your car can be very rewarding, creating more problems however is not, so make sure you read up on this repair before attempting it.
ANSWER by on August 23, 2010
You can use Quicksteel if have a small pinhole leak. See this url for photos. http://forums.ancientclan.com/blog.php?b=78
ANSWER by on December 27, 2010
From an expert with over 30 years, My Best advise to give and being honest: If you have to ask how to replace a oil pan and/or gasket on your vehicle, do yourself a real favor and take it in to have it done.
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