It's not stripped again, it just won't seal. Drip drip drip.Lonestar said:Weld it closed? Just kidding.
Is it stripped again? If so either resize or replace.
Well I never use those places, I do it myself. Does that tell you who has a ham fist?302/Z28 said:Take it back to the oil change place that has the ham fisted high school dropout that stripped it out and make them replace the pan.:mwink:
My original Moroso pan leaked (drip, drip, drip). It came with a smooth style nylon gasket. I put a Saturn oil plug gasket on and it solved my problem. It is a steel ring with an inner rubber gasket. Get it at Pep Boys, etc.NAIRB said:Have yout tried one of the thick teflon or rubber coated gaskets?
I've tried teflon tape, but not sure if it's for petroleum products, I'll get some I know for sure is.docvette said:Doc hereimp:
You might try some Teflon tape on the threads too. The type that is made for petroleum products...gas and oil.
Hello Oakland!!...Born and raised there..
An old wildcat!!..go Willie...
Glenview / Montclair districts.
Living the other side of Orinda now!
58ranchero said:I've tried teflon tape, but not sure if it's for petroleum products, I'll get some I know for sure is.
I'm in Montclair. uh..what Willie are we telling to go?
I have kids who were Skyliners, but not me. I went to school far from here.docvette said:Doc hereimp:
Willie The Wildcat! OHS's Mascot....
Unless you were a Skyliner....
I was a Flatlander...(OHS) Skyliner's were Hill people... LOL!
Thanks. if one of the other sugestions doesn't work I'll take you up on that.fat50 said:Try a GM air conditioning seal washer. It's a metal washer with rubber bonded to each side. PM me your address and throw a couple in an envolope & send them out monday.