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Replacement OIL Sump

Got A JTD 2000
I need a new oil sump and was wondering how much it is going to cost to get a new one fitted and if anyone knows the best place to do this thanks
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Re: Replacement OIL Sump

fiat are the best place to have them done as they have the tools needed to remove it as some bolts are bad access

people have been know to remove the gearbox from that engine before now

just because they don't have a 10 inch long ribbed bit handy

the sump it's self will be quite expensive as it's cast alloy

and the book time for it is about 3 and a half hours but really it should take no longer than an hour
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