Oil Pan - Engine

Oil Pan - Engine Operation:

The oil pan attaches to the crankcase or block. It serves as the reservoir for the engine's oil. It is designed to hold the amount of oil that is needed to lubricate the engine when it is running, plus a reserve. The oil pan helps to cool the oil through its contact with the outside air.

How To Instructions:

Replace - Out with the old, in with the new.

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