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F6A oil pan replacement

Discussion in 'Suzuki Carry' started by rumleyfips, Apr 14, 2019 at 11:02 AM.

  1. rumleyfips

    rumleyfips New Member

    The oil pan on my 91 Carry rusted out. I am having trouble getting at the back two 10mm bolts. There is little space to get a socket on the bolts ; the bell housing is in the way.

    Do I need to split the engine and bell housing to get at these two back bolts ? Has anyone done this job ?


  2. fmartin_gila

    fmartin_gila Active Member

    When I had to replace the oil pan because of a bad rock strike on mine, I found a kind of 'bridge' which had to be removed to get to the 2 bolts there. It looked like it was some additional support between the engine block and the bellhousing. Had to remove the same 'bridge' in order to separate the transmission from the engine when I replaced the clutch. This may or may not pertain to your vehicle as mine is a 2002 model and has a K6A engine with a cast aluminum oil pan.

  3. rumleyfips

    rumleyfips New Member

    Thank Fred:
    Mine is an earlier model with a stamped steel oil pan.


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