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Old 01-20-2012, 01:03 PM   #1
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oil pan issue

say, anybody know what the "rear cover" is? is it part of the oil pan or what?
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mickymaro69, could you send me your VIN so I can look this up for you?

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Rear cover and oil pan a 2 different parts. The rear cover is similar to the front timing chain cover. The rear cover holds the rear main seal for the crankshaft.
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