How to Install an Oil Pan Baffle - Moroso - Track Life Episode 5

How to Install an Oil Pan Baffle - Moroso - Track Life Episode 5
Subscribe to us here: http://bit.ly/K8F2fa and get our new mobile app! http://gtchannel.com/gtchannel-mobile-apps Rob demonstrates the functions and importance of an oil pan baffle from Moroso (http://www.moroso.com), which can save your engine at the track. Then, he shows you how to install one. Chewerks (626) 600-1505 City of Industry, CA Shirt from Enthusiast Apparel: http://enthusiastapparel.com/ Track Life Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEGDOTG_1p0duuRJyyb-1DJROkKvgF9Sd -------------- If you create car videos, join the GTChannel network here: http://www.gtchannel.com/partner http://www.gtchannel.com Like us on FB: http://www.facebook.com/gtchannel Send us video ideas on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GTChannel Instagram: http://instagram.com/gtchannel/

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Drain Engine Oil
1

Drain Engine Oil

First, make to sure to drain the engine oil for the oil pan.
Remove the Crossbar
2

Remove the Crossbar

Next, unscrew the crossbar bolts and remove the crossbar.
Remove Transmission Bolts
3

Remove Transmission Bolts

To remove the oil pan, remove the two 14mm bolts connecting the transmission to the oil pan.
Remove AC Compressor
4

Remove AC Compressor

If your car is equipped with an AC compressor, remove it from it's attachment bracket to the oil pan.
Remove Oil Pan Screws
5

Remove Oil Pan Screws

Next, make sure you remove all the screws attaching the oil pan to your vehicle. There are a handful of them, so double check to see that you've removed all of them before the next step.
Remove the Oil Pan
6

Remove the Oil Pan

There's usually silicone sealant securing the oil pan, so before removing make sure your work from one of the safe spots to remove the oil pan with marring or galling the surface. Next, remove the excess silicone with a razor.
Clean and Apply Silicone to Oil Pan
7

Clean and Apply Silicone to Oil Pan

Make sure to clean your oil pan and other mating surfaces with break cleaner. After doing so, apply silicone on to the surface. Don't apply too much silicone.
Re-attach Oil Pan
8

Re-attach Oil Pan

In reverse order of removal, take your oil pan and re-attach it with its bolts, back on to the vehicle.
Refill Oil
9

Refill Oil

Once the oil pan baffle has been re-attached in place, refill your oil tank with new oil.
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