My fiance's looking for an oil pan, anyone know where to order one??

Asked by Jul 12, 2015 at 01:19 PM about the 1993 Dodge Stealth

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My fiance has a 1993 dodge stealth sohc,
and the oil pan is leaking around the curb on
the back side and he's changed the gasket
cause the cork gasket was rotting away,
and even the new rubber gasket isn't
holding..any idea on where to get a new
pan?? None of the part stores can get their
hands on it..

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Probably the parts department at your local Dodge dealership can order you one. I couldn't even find a pan from my search online. It will be hard. I'd try reinstall a new Fel-Pro gasket and torque the bolts evenly to the proper torque. If the pan is cracked or warp, you might have a local welding shop help you out.

All of the parts stores around says they cannot get their hands on it, the Dodge dealership says they can't even touch that car. And my fiance is a certified welder but neither of us seen any cracks or dings in the pan.

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