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    Hello I need a new sump on my vectra c 2.0 dti 2002, have a crack so will have to get second hand part , will I need a new gasket or will the old one with care be able to be reused ? Will removing be just a case of all the bolts around the sump or is there more till it ? Anyone done this before ? Any advice appreciated . Regards dwaine

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    Pretty sure there seal with gasket sealer rather than a standard gasket. Also it should just unbolt and then wiggle off, if you need a sump let me know as I have a full 2.0 dti for spares.
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    Thanks for the offer of sump but I think I have sourced one local will no next few days ,can anyone confirm what sealant you need to put sump back on ? Or is there a gasket someone must of had to remove a sump before and could confirm ? Any more advice really appreciated. Dwaine

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    yes mate it's a sealer they use not a gasket. You need to get from Vx but it's not too expensive, done it on my old V6 and it sealed it spot on

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    Thanks will get sealant from vx thanks

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    You'll need the silicone type sump sealer mate not a conventional gasket.

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