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1994 Toyota Camry DX 2dr Coupe 5-Spd

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December 24, 2008, 12:09 pm

Raymond G

Question: Cost to replace an oil pan casket on a 2002 Camry

Anyone have to replace an oil pan casket on 2002 Camry 4 cyclinder? How much does it cost?

December 24, 2008, 3:54 pm

Stan H

Sad, the oilpan on your Camry does not use the typical cork type gasket found on some older vehicle. Instead, Toyota uses a form in place gasket(aka FIPG) to seal the oilpan onto the engine block which is a silicone base sealer. I cannot quote you on an exact price but labor wise it should be around 2-2.5 hours. Every dealer, along with indepent shops, charge different labor rates. Multiple the labor rate by 2-2.5hours to find an exact figure.

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December 19, 2010, 6:13 pm

Robert G

This is not helpful and I'm not sure how this question came to be. Many years ago I had a problem with an oil pan on my then 1988 Honda coupe which came about because I think the oil pan gasket and plug were not put in place correctly by a Schaller mechanic and resulted in newly replaced oil ending up on my garage floor. It was unusual for me to have a problem with Honda service which is probably why I remembered it. At that time, when the service advisor didn't agree with me on cause, I believe we ultimately shared the cost of replacing the oil pan because the incorrectly installed plug altered the pan so that the plug wouldn't seat correctly. But I sold the Honda in 2008 after 20 years of good experience with that car so it is a moot point anyway.

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