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      F?$k地 kids....

      Lol, too fast through an intersection, smash...



      She値l learn how much that costs, she is very apologetic. Luckily shut it down within half a block, all the oil was where she stopped so hopefully just the pan.

      Those of you who installed an IPD skid plate, looks to bolt to the back, how does the front attach?


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      Still probably ran bearing dry. P1s are not forgiving to getting a pan busted.

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      Quote Originally Posted by inteller View Post
      Still probably ran bearing dry. P1s are not forgiving to getting a pan busted.

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      Hey, positive thoughts man....lol.

      From reading the related threads, it appears to be opposite that thought. We will see.

      Whatever the case, it値l get fixed. The car is basically at stage 0 now, a lot into it to walk away, @100k miles.


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      Quote Originally Posted by MyNameIdeasWereTaken View Post
      Skid plates attach to the studs on the radiator support.

      Thank you sir!


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      There is essentially no oil in the pan to drain out when the car is running.

      It's when you shut it off to take a look that all the oil will fall back into the pan and drain out the crack - at that point restarting the engine would be a bad idea.
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      Quote Originally Posted by LittleRedRidingHood View Post
      There is essentially no oil in the pan to drain out when the car is running.

      It's when you shut it off to take a look that all the oil will fall back into the pan and drain out the crack - at that point restarting the engine would be a bad idea.
      If this is correct, wouldn't engines be constantly sucking up air into the oil, especially if they are running a bit low?

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      Just bought a VW Tiguan for my wife. The oil pan is plastic. Plastic may actually be a little more forgiving than cast alloy as it will flex more. However, I wonder about stress cracks from thermal cycling. Euro Sport Tuning has stamped steel replacements.
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      Have you seen that cash for clunkers video where they try to kill an S80 and it takes like five minutes? I think these engines are pretty tough...

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      Did the oil light come on while the engine was running? If the engine was shut down before the oil light came on you are for sure good. If the engine was shut down after the oil light came on, the engine has a higher probability of being damaged the longer the engine runs. Glck.

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      If it was shut off in a half block, it will more than likely be fine. I've seen dozens of those pans get smashed. Only a couple seized the motor when the drivers ignored the low oil pressure warning.

      As for there being no oil in the pan when running, that is not correct.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Tech View Post
      If it was shut off in a half block, it will more than likely be fine. I've seen dozens of those pans get smashed. Only a couple seized the motor when the drivers ignored the low oil pressure warning.

      As for there being no oil in the pan when running, that is not correct.
      Thanks Tech, that痴 what we are hoping. Time v. Money, it went to the dealer, so we will know tomorrow


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      What kind of intersection did that??
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      Sorry for the misinformation.

      In my experience (cracked front drivers corner of the pan), it only leaked oil when shut off. I drove it home about 10 minutes (never lost oil pressure), and got a tub underneath it before shutting the car off. Drained the oil, repaired the pan, and refilled the engine with the oil I had drained out. It lost so little I didn't even need to add any new oil.

      I've read of others having the same experience. Perhaps related to it only being a crack at the front of the pan, and the engine tilting towards the rear of the car. OP's crack looked to be more of a hole, so that logic may not apply.

      Anyways, sorry about that!
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      Quote Originally Posted by TheStillMan View Post
      What kind of intersection did that??
      Regular kind, too much speed hitting the hump (crown of the cross street) and the corresponding dip/rise on the rebound.

      I could actually locate the impact point, on the roadway.


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      Quote Originally Posted by LittleRedRidingHood View Post
      Sorry for the misinformation.

      In my experience (cracked front drivers corner of the pan), it only leaked oil when shut off. I drove it home about 10 minutes (never lost oil pressure), and got a tub underneath it before shutting the car off. Drained the oil, repaired the pan, and refilled the engine with the oil I had drained out. It lost so little I didn't even need to add any new oil.

      I've read of others having the same experience. Perhaps related to it only being a crack at the front of the pan, and the engine tilting towards the rear of the car. OP's crack looked to be more of a hole, so that logic may not apply.

      Anyways, sorry about that!
      Same scenario, except she stopped/shut it down within half a block, then the oil pooled.

      And yup about a quarter size hole.


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      All fixed, no internal damage, thankfully


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      Great to hear, the car looks very nice. Happy to hear it survived!
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      I sort of wish I had bought that instead of the OEM plastic one. When I bought my car it was missing it.

      I am curious about how much of a pain it is to install/remove vs the plastic ones. If it isn't too bad I may look into one eventually, also the DO88 air intake so I don't have to keep moving the air box/ecu.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Volvos rock View Post
      All fixed, no internal damage, thankfully


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      Great to hear! Welcome back to the world running Volvos.

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      Quote Originally Posted by sirloins View Post
      I sort of wish I had bought that instead of the OEM plastic one. When I bought my car it was missing it.

      I am curious about how much of a pain it is to install/remove vs the plastic ones. If it isn't too bad I may look into one eventually, also the DO88 air intake so I don't have to keep moving the air box/ecu.
      Put it on, I wouldn稚 want to take it on and off regularly, but the annoying part could be fixed with some different hardware.


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      Thanks for the update!

      Yeah, I guess I am overestimating how many times I will need to remove it.. realistically it shouldn't be too often.
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      Install some nutserts for the front hardware and it will be easy to remove as necessary.

      Quote Originally Posted by sirloins View Post
      Thanks for the update!

      Yeah, I guess I am overestimating how many times I will need to remove it.. realistically it shouldn't be too often.

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