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Old 07-10-2019, 11:23 PM
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Default S4 oil pan/ sump onto a 4.7

Hi guys,

Does the S4 sump fit onto the 4.7? I notice they both have different part numbers, but are there any differences?
My sump has a few cracks in it from P.O. hits and need to replace it, I have found some S4 ones.

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Old 07-11-2019, 01:58 AM
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Yes. They're the exact same.
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Make sure the oil pan you want to use has the oil return hole covered with a bolted on plate. You are probably going to want that for your 4.7L. I don't remember which year they did away with the hole.
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I have a extra early oil pan. Clean, ready to pack and ship. $75 + shipping.
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Edit: Australia. Never mind. Not worth shipping it.
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Originally Posted by soontobered84 View Post
Make sure the oil pan you want to use has the oil return hole covered with a bolted on plate. You are probably going to want that for your 4.7L. I don't remember which year they did away with the hole.
Early S4 pans still have the hole so all is good!

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Originally Posted by worf928 View Post
Edit: Australia. Never mind. Not worth shipping it.
Yes freight down under is a killer. Thanks anyway

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I have now purchased a S4 sump, which looks like new!! Thanks.



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Good on ya! Or as MrMerlin would say, Keep Them Flying!
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If your early pan has the screen, you will need to drill and tap the holes in the S4 pan.
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dont forget to transfer the little rubber isolater so the hot wire is kept from touching the pan,
this will be obvious once the starter is wired
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Originally Posted by 928sg View Post
If your early pan has the screen, you will need to drill and tap the holes in the S4 pan.
It does not so all good!

Originally Posted by Mrmerlin View Post
dont forget to transfer the little rubber isolater so the hot wire is kept from touching the pan,
this will be obvious once the starter is wired
Yep, that will be stuck back on.

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