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Old 05-24-2005, 11:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am getting ready to drop my oil pan and I need to know if I really have to get some heavy duty sealant or can I use the sealant I already have. I have VersaChem. Automotive Black RTV Sealant Type 270 Part number 27039. As long as it's an automotive silicone sealant cant I use it, or am I setting myself up for a serious oil leak again. Someone please enlighten me, I have been trying to search for the MD997110 silicone that the manual recommends, but I dont know where I can get it. If I cant find the MD997110 can anyone point me in the direction to where I can find the Permatex Grey Silicone #82194.
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yes black RTV will work fine, just make sure not to skimp out on the amount used, get a nice bead going around
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and make sure it is a smooth bead, with no breaks (or patch over the breaks as best you can).
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