cat 930g wheel loader

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joe-dirt
April 19th, 2013 7:13pm
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oil pan removal procedure? do you have to r&r engine to remove oil pan gasket
robert-welnoski
April 23rd, 2013 12:46am
Yes, unfortunately you do have to remove engine to gain access to pan, BUT, before you remove engone the 930G loaders have had a problem with a small plug located under left front engine mount, it can easily be mistaken for a pan leak, remove fan pump, support engine, remove left front mount bracket, the one with only three studs, once mount is off you can access 1 small allen head plug, may be loose, clean and apply loc tite to plug, hope this helps.



Good Luck
rene-marin
May 13th, 2013 9:36pm
Keep in mind that the front of the engine is higher and the pan is a catch all for any oil run off. Do not assume its the pan gasket because you see oil on the lip draining down. Cat pans rarely leak and if they do... the crankcase goes dry fast. More than likely you have another leak running down and following the pan flange.
rachel-stroup
May 18th, 2013 10:33am
You might be able to unbolt the motor mounts and using a engine host raise the engine high enough to remove the pan without actually pulling the engine. Watch out for the vacume tree on the back of the intake main fold; don't want to break anything.... :)

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