Question about 1996 GMC Sierra
They make oil pan plugs for this situation. It's a bolt with a rubber spacer that expands to seal the hole when you tighten it. If the old plug is still in the pan, use vice grips to thread it out. No need to replace pan, but maybe replace the oil change shop. Guys you went to have no experience.
Posted on Aug 25, 2017
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Well, they might be able to drop the front differential to change the pan.
Did the Wally World claims department turn you down to solve the problem you for free? Usually, they pay out claims with little hassle.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
If you mean the bracket for the shift cable.What you do is pry it slightly over far enough to remove the pan.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
Not sure if this year was a sealed hub like newer ones bt the process is the same. You need to take off the brake caliper, take off the caliber mount to the axle, then the rotor should come off. May be able to remove the stud now but if not, will probably have to remove the hub. It is bolted on to the axle with 4 bolts usually. Need to pop the cap off of the outside of the hub to access the nut holding the front axle shaft to the hub. It is splined shaft that is not pressed on. By tapping the end (lightly on the threaded end) and pulling out the hub will usually release it. Good luck!
Posted on May 25, 2010
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