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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'll keep it and add a turbo
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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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      2005 Aveo LT. 5-speed beater car (DOA)

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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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