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Most bolts for oil pan are easy to spot but one is hiding up in a hole of oil pan on A/C compressor side and then the lower compressor bolt goes into oil pan.
Remove right wheel and fender liner to access three bolts.
Remove turbo intercooler tube.
Loosen and lower subframe but leaving all 4 bolts 3-4 turns left in car frame. That gives you enough space to slide out the pan.
There are two locator dowel pins for pan so the pan might fight you at first before it comes loose.
I leave the oil dipstick tube in place and make sure I mate it back into oil pan when things go back together.
I use an 19x24x2.5 mm O-ring for the level sensor.
Clean surfaces very good before applying anaerobic sealant.
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