Q: Can the oil pan on 2004 Licolon avataor AWD with a 4.6L dohc be removed without pulling the engine?

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Can the oil pan on 2004 Licolon avataor AWD with a 4.6L dohc be removed without pulling the engine?

My car has 219000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

In order to remove the oil pan on this vehicle you do not need to remove the engine from the vehicle. You do need to remove front sway bar and the front timing chain cover.

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