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Had the shop weld on my pickup tube.. I used the purple spring in the oil pump.
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I am about to install my oil pan and I have a fel pro blue 1 piece gasket. Do I use any silicone on the oil pan or rear seal or timing areas?
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I am about to install my oil pan and I have a fel pro blue 1 piece gasket. Do I use any silicone on the oil pan or rear seal or timing areas?
Just a small dab, at the very corners of the rear main cap to block junction, and timing cover to block corner junction. None on the oil pan side of gasket, and none in timing cover lip
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