none. if you use a gasket dont use sealant. Also never use sealant on a automatic trannsmission. It could damage the tranny and will not last.
Answer there is no gasket, remove the pan by taking out the bolts and prying it off the bottom of the block(it may bend, just straighten it on a 2x4 with a …hammer), clean the mating surfaces of ALL sealant, put a 1/8" bead of black rtv all the way around the pan (toward the inside of each bolt hole and where there are no holes centered on the surface) wipe oil off block and carefully reinstall without disturbing the rtv.
Changing the oil pan gasket on a 1995 or similar year Camry is realtively simple, but does require removal of the exhaust pipe. You will need a new oil pan gasket and a new ex…haust pipe flange gasket.. Put the car on ramps or jacks to access the undercarriage.. Remove the exhaust pipe by removing the 3 nuts holding the exhaust pipe flange to the exhaust manifold. These nuts often rust and prior application of penetrating oil may be required to remove them without damage. Once the pipe is unbolted, work the exhaust system loose from the hanging brackets. In most cases the entire system does not have to be removed since there is enough room to remove the pan with only the front hangers removed.. Drain the oil from the engine. Remove the 10 mm bolts holding the pan to the block.. Remove the old gasket material and scrape any remaining gasket from the block and pan.. Install the new gasket. Forma-Gasket or a similar product may be used in small quantities to "glue" the new gasket in place and prevent shifting while the pan is reattached to the block.. Reinsall the 10 mm bolts in a cross pattern to ensure the gasket is compressed evenly. Do not overtighten the bolts.. Replace the pipe to flange gasket between the exhaust pipe and the exhaust manifold with a new part.. Reattach the exhuast pipe to the hangers.. Install the 3 bolts connecting the pipe flange to the exhaust manifold.. Fill the engine with oil.. Pray there are no leaks!
Maybe $100. You might be able to do it yourself for the cost of the gasket and the 2 hours it'll take to drain oil, pull pan, clean old gasket areas then apply new gaske…t and reinstall the pan.
Answer I needed to change the oil pan on my Camry and couldn't get a gasket at any of the local dsicount shops. I called the nearest Toyota dealer and the servic…e guy told me that he doesn't replace the gasket. Instead he uses RTV silicon, I did the same and haven't had a problem.
Answer I own a 1996 Toyota Camry and it cost me about $20. The job is easy enough that you yourself can do it, rather then paying a mechanic an arm and a leg. Your best… bet is to put the car up on ramps.. If you don't have ramps try to borrow them from a friend. Jacks are too unsturdy for a job like this. Afer you have the vechicle safety up on ramps then you must first drain your oil pan. The plug is located right on the bottom of the oil pan, just unscrew it. Be sure to have a pan underneath to catch the oil. Then after all the oil is drained you can now remove the exaust pipe that has blocked a part of the oil pan. If you follow the exaust all the way to the front where it ends you will see three bolts holding it onto the car.. Remove these bolts. You will want to make sure you have purchased not only the oil pan gasket and sealer for the gasket.. But also the sealer and gasket for the exaust.. These only run about $5-10 each. Then after removing the exaust push it to the side.. Then you may now start to unbolt the twenty something bolts that connect the oil pan.. After doing this be sure to scrap off any remaining gasket left on the oil pan... The stores sell gasket remover to make it easier to scrap off. Then apply the sealer directly to the oil pan then add the gasket.. Then put the new oil pan gasket and pan back on the car.. And that is all... This process takes about One hour if done correctly.. One hour from start to finsh.. Hope this has helped you in some way.
Answer to replace the gasket, you must either drop the K-member or lift the motor up a few inches. This is not something you should try unless you are experience…d with cars.
Answer you should use one or the other,liquid gaskets should take the place of a gasket
The oil pan gasket is replaced by draining and removing the oil pan from underneath the vehicle. Be cautious when removing the pan as some oil will remain inside. Clean th…e edge of the pan with a light solvent to remove all of the old gasket, then dry thoroughly. Replace the gasket and reinstall the pan, torquing the bolts to specification.
From experience I would say yes
I believe that if a gasket is employed, then the need for gasket seal in a tube is gone, however, your gasket should be torqued to manufacturer's specifications. Yet, it doesn…'t hurt to have both.
The most commonly used material is synthetic rubber, known for its long lasting seal.
No, That would be the worse thing you could do. You will be doing it over again soon.
In Toyota Camry
The oil pan needs to be removed. the engine may have to be raised for clearance. Drain the oil, then unbolt the pan. Remove the pan and clean any sludge and metal shavings…. Remove the old gasket and clean the engine and pan edge. Install the new gasket and blot the pan loosely. Tighten the pan bolts slowly, in a criss cross pattern to keep from warping the pan. Torque bolts properly.
In Toyota Camry
It took me about 3 hours. Pro can do it, I guess, for about an hour.
In Ford F-150
I would never reuse any gasket they are cheap and its just not worth the chance. It will probably not re seal