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I have a 1998 mitsubishi montero sprot 2Wd 2.4L 5 speed. i need to know what is the transmission oil pan gasket called and i also need to know what transmission fluid does it take? i have replaced the gasket once and used RTV sealant but it is still leaking. i have been looking everywhere and cant find that gasket only, because i dont know the name of the gasket. please help

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Take the pan off clean both surfaces the tranny and the pan put an 1/8th " bead around the pan making put the bolts in the holes let dry for 20 to 30 min then put it together evenly torque the pan down from side to side and im sure the autoparts knows the correct fluid and how much

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SOURCE: Oil pan gasket change on 2000 dodge grand caravan

TO answer all your questions, the red oring is for the oil pump pickup tube, one bolt will fix that, RTV sealet is used in the seperation seams at the timing cover and rear seal retainer, 1/6th thick bead, 1/4" wide at seams, has for the trans inspection cover remove it for the repair, 5 bolts will do that part, and rear bracket, then the pan is ready to come off... GOOD LUCK RDJRP

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Have you tried Googling 'Download 2002 Montero Manual'? I did it for my 94 and found a couple of download locations.

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The blocks dont normally crack as much as the heads do,so i would look at the heads first,But if its done say 200,000 miles plus and not been serviced every 6,000 miles!the chances are that the engine wear will be high,this is all assuming its petrol not Diesel,and you may want to tread carefully as to how much money you spend fixing it.Heads only youd probably do it but an engine....youd want to get a good secondhandie,as to the age of the vehicle

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SOURCE: how to replace valve cover gasket on 2001

make sure all surfaces are clean and then a smear of grease and thats all is needed

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1. Raise and suitably support the vehicle. Refer to Vehicle Lift Points.
2. Place drain pan under pan
3. Remove oil pan bolts from front and sides only.
4. Loosen the rear oil pan bolts approximately four turns.
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6. Remove the oil pan bolts from rear oil pan and gasket.
7. Remove front oil pan bolts leaving one corner bolt in loosely.
8. Lightly tap oil pan with rubber mallet or pry to drain fluid.
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11. Clean the following components:
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^ The front adapter case
^ The oil pan gasket surfaces with solvent
^ Air dry
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