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Hello, I am extremely new to restoring cars, but i have a passion to learn about them. This is my first car and currently I am simply trying to remove the oil pan to clean it, and i'm not sure what exactly is going on but i must be missing something really simple because i have drained the oil, and removed all of the bolts but still, no matter how i move the pan, there is always about two inches of clearance i still need to be able to remove the pan. the tye rods seem to get in the way but i have lowered and raised the car and nothing helps. is there something i need to remove to get to it? A
Is there a source for matching the Auto-lite part numbers to my '48 Chrysler Windsor 4-dr.? I see these now and then sold for my car but I'm never sure if the seller knows if the Auto-lite number is really right for my car. I have a Chrysler parts book with Chrysler part numbers but what if i only have the Auto-lite number? I bought a digital '38-'51 Auto-lite catalog on Ebay for this reason, but I do not see any transmission solenoids in it.