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      Oil pan replacement

      2004 Aveo 1.6
      Iím going to drop the pan tomorrow, and I understand that the original pan gasket is a type of RTV. I am planning on using PN 90409693 which looks to be a fiber type gasket. Any words of wisdom? Should I just use RTV instead of the gasket?



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      I dont see a problem using an actual gasket. Just make sure you clean all mating surfaces well
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      Oil pan gasket replacement has been deemed a success! All nice and clean with no drips or seepage present anywhere after a 50 mile round trip this evening.

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      Awesome I didn't know they made gaskets for these.

      I have a 2011 1.6 with automatic tranny.

      Will this gasket fit?

      https://www.sears.com/dts-new-oem-oi...y/p-A034149589


      Do you have a link of yours?

      Thanks

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      https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F122259301028

      should fit no problem as the oil pan is the same. One word of caution though. Using an actual gasket means the pan will be slightly farther away from the block when all is said and done. This caused two of the oil pan bolts to not engage the block threads enough. The two bolts were on the oil pump so I bought longer ones at a hardware store.
      Last edited by Eg.h2o; 08-02-2019 at 04:11 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Eg.h2o View Post
      https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F122259301028

      should fit no problem as the oil pan is the same.
      Awesome thanks. Never saw this before as I thought they didn't make them. All had RTV from the factory. Thanks for the thread!





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