I would just leave well enough alone. Clean the canister but leave the pan
alone until you have it off for some other reason. The sludge isn't really
hurting anything down there.
Jack / Winter Park FL
----- Original Message -----
From: "Adam Brandon Whitson" <ABWDVM@rocketmail.com>
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2000 10:18 AM
Subject: [oletrucks] First oil change in 10+ years. . .
> Last tag was ten years ago, so I can only believe that the oil in my
> 52 GMC 350, with the 248 is at least 10 years old. . .
> Anyway, once i pulled the filter out, there was an inch of 'grease' in
> the bottom on the case. Grey, solids. . . nice. Then i examined the
> plug, there was also the same grey greese on it.
> I'm sure this is from sitting for 10 years. Anyone have any advice?
> This engine is in great shape in my opinion. It's original, no smoke,
> no leaks, 19 in of vac. Will these deposits work themselves out? Do i
> really need to pull the pan?
> Adam B. Whitson, D.V.M.
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