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    Oil Pan... same on 2.2L and 2.4L Ecotec?

    Maybe someone who has a definite answer can chime in on this. Is the oil pan interchangable between the 2.2L and 2.4L Ecotec found in the Cobalts?
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    I know the LJS and L61 pans are interchangable, even though the LSJ pan is 1 quart larger. While I don't know for sure, I would bet money on it without hesitation that it would fit fine.

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    The 2.2 & the 2.4 are the same p/n#
    GM P/N# 12578193

    The 2.0 is a different p/n# though



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    The 2.2 & the 2.4 are the same p/n#
    GM P/N# 12578193

    The 2.0 is a different p/n# though
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    That's what I thought. Good to know. Thanks for the info... I can get my new oilpan now. Sweet!




    I know the LJS and L61 pans are interchangable, even though the LSJ pan is 1 quart larger. While I don't know for sure, I would bet money on it without hesitation that it would fit fine.
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    Interesting... so bolt patterns probably line up on all three.
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    putting new oil pans on ftw! hardest part is getting old one off.
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    putting new oil pans on ftw! hardest part is getting old one off.
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    Haha... not hard. I've had mine off.
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    im sure mine had plenty more miles on it though, but anyway, GM also recommends a certain RTV high temp sealant for when putting the pan back on. hopefully yours wont be as stubborn about coming off.
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    im sure mine had plenty more miles on it though, but anyway, GM also recommends a certain RTV high temp sealant for when putting the pan back on. hopefully yours wont be as stubborn about coming off.
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    Already have plenty leftover from last time I had the pan off.
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    No No No Never use old RTV EVER MAN!!!!

    Always... Always.. scrape off the old RTV then apply new RTV

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    No No No Never use old RTV EVER MAN!!!!

    Always... Always.. scrape off the old RTV then apply new RTV
    SchnuppeR Quoted Post
    Ummm... I didn't mean the same stuff that was on the pan. I'm not an idiot.

    I have plenty left over... as in it didn't take an entire tube of RTV to put the pan back on last time.
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