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Pull Motor to Remove Oil Pan? WK

Okay so I have some really bad rust and corrosion on my 05 WK Grand Cherokee 3.7 Oil Pan. It looks really bad and needs to be addressed. Could not find any threads on the WK 3.7 Oil Pan replacement. Was also thinking about JB Weld since I read on some liberty threads that the motor needed to be moved to get the pan out. Does that need to be done on the WK?
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Re: Pull Motor to Remove Oil Pan? WK

service information for the wk says to remove the intake manifold and using an engine hoist, pull the through bolts out of the motor mounts and lift the motor high enough to pull the pan out. Motor doesn't need to come out. The liberty is a totally different animal.
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Re: Pull Motor to Remove Oil Pan? WK

Damm not what I was looking to hear but guess it better then motor removal. Anyone replaced the oil pan on a WK ?
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Re: Pull Motor to Remove Oil Pan? WK

Ok guys so just to let y'all know the scope of this. This is what my oil pan looks like. Think my rust warante will cover this? OYY

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Re: Pull Motor to Remove Oil Pan? WK

thats awful.
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Re: Pull Motor to Remove Oil Pan? WK

sheesh, I'm glad my skid plates take the beating and not the pan...
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