If your 95 is the same as my 92, (and I thinks it be!) you have to use a lot
First loosen the bolts and remove some at a corner to drain the pan...
Once most of the fluid is out, ya gotta kinda move it forward, sideways
(drivers side) and then backwards to get it "free"...then it'll drop, front
end first I think...
I have done it twice and each time was a big ball o' glee!!
BTW...I would suggest installing a drain plug in it...I didnt either time,
but still hope to one day....
At 03:53 PM 6/4/98 PDT, you wrote:
>I have a 95 and I will be damned if I can get that pan off. The cross
>over from the exhaust and a member of the frame run in front and behind
>the pan. Any suggestions?? Also, is it possible to buy longer shocks or
>something to lift the front end up a litte?
> P.S. Thanks for the spelling correction Mr. "I HAVE NEVER MADE A
>MISTAKE IN MY LIFE"
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