OIL PAN

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Spectra Premium Oil Pan TOP72A
  • Part # TOP72A
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Application: Hatchback
Notes: Upper, Gasket not included
Spectra Premium Oil Pan HYP05B
  • Part # HYP05B
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Notes: Lower, Gasket not included. With 22 bolt holes on oil pan
Spectra Premium Oil Pan MDP01A
  • Part # MDP01A
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Notes: Lower, Gasket not included. From Engine 173083.
Spectra Premium Oil Pan FP11A
  • Part # FP11A
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Notes: Gasket not included. Dipstick In block
Spectra Premium Oil Pan FP26A
  • Part # FP26A
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Notes: Gasket not included. To 8500 lb GVW.
Spectra Premium Oil Pan GMP08A
  • Part # GMP08A
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Notes: Without dipstick On pan. Gasket not included; Late design; Requires thicker oil pan gasket. 185 horse power.
Spectra Premium Oil Pan GMP53C
  • Part # GMP53C
  • Warranty: 
Application: Without oil level sensor hole
Notes: Gasket not included
Spectra Premium Oil Pan FP45A
  • Part # FP45A
  • Warranty: 
Application: Without oil level sensor hole
Notes: Gasket not included
Spectra Premium Oil Pan CRP34A
  • Part # CRP34A
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Application: Mexico model
Notes: Gasket not included

About

Oil Pan

Keep Oil Where It Belongs
While an oil pan might be one of the last things you think of when considering what car parts are essential for keeping your vehicle running, a sturdy oil pan is essential for safely storing the engine oil your car requires to function. Even though your oil pan has no moving components involved, this simple part is vital for keeping your car running and needs to be kept in tip-top shape. At Autozone, we carry the best oil pans for cars and trucks, so you can prevent oil leaks and spills from happening at a price that works for you.

Signs You Need an Oil Pan Replacement
Fortunately, it's pretty easy to tell if you have a problem with your oil pan. If at any point you notice oil dripping from the bottom of your car, you should immediately check your oil pan for any cracks. You can tell if your car has a leak by looking beneath your vehicle for any puddles of brown fluid. Other signs that your car is leaking oil is the smell of burning oil coming from your engine while you drive and blue smoke coming from the tailpipe. Additionally, if your car is quickly running through oil and the oil light goes on, your vehicle might be losing too much oil due to a leak. If you find that you do need to replace your oil pan, simply search “oil pans near me” on our website or visit your closest Autozone location for help finding the best oil pan for your car.

Why Oil Leaks Happen
Oil leaks often happen due to wear and tear of the gasket over time, an insecure drain plug or weld, or damage to the oil pan while driving. If you accidentally run over an object in the middle of the road or drive your car on a bumpy, rocky road, debris and other objects can hit the bottom of your oil pan and cause it to crack. Cars that are low to the ground are especially susceptible to oil pan damage. You should always replace a cracked oil pan immediately to prevent too much oil from spilling and harming your engine.

Quality Parts You Can Afford
Here at AutoZone, we offer the lowest prices on oil pans, so you can buy the parts you need to get your car back on the road in no time. With the convenience of being able to shop for quality parts on our user-friendly website or our mobile app, you can search through our entire online stock and find high-quality parts at a price that fits your budget. From oil pans to gaskets, our dedicated team of AutoZoners can help you find exactly what you need to address any oil leaks.