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Got a good one on the lift now, jeep liberty with a rusted out oil pan. 4x4. Should have sent him to the dealer. This job sucks. Just ranting. For those unaware the front axle gets removed, then the pan comes out with the pickup tube. Oil dripped on my head for hours. I tried a dozen ways to cheat the book time on this one and failed.

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