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Q: Hi, how can I dismantling the oil sump? do you have a picture or service manual of this car? Thanks!

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Hi, how can I dismantling the oil sump? do you have a picture or service manual of this car? Thanks!

My car has 37800 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Unfortunately, I will not be able to post a picture of this repair. The service manual recommends pulling the engine to perform the repair. YourMechanic does not do this kind of service on your vehicle. I suggest purchasing a service manual for your vehicle so that you can follow the directions step by step, or find a certified technician that is equipped to pull the engine and repair the sump.

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