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Q: Oil pan and gasket replacement

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Are there any other gaskets to replace? I replaced the oil pan and gasket after a quick lube place stripped the oil drain bolt. There's no leaks but someone told me there may be some other gaskets to replace.

My car has 74000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

After reviewing the complete removal and installing process of the oil pan on this vehicle I do not see anywhere there is any other gaskets that need to be replaced. You should be okay to go as long as you do not see any leaks.

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