Well, the infamous coolant leak that the 3.0 Vulcan is known for has gotten worse on my Ranger, it leaks a good bit now every time the truck is shut off and sits for a while. Including all new gaskets required, crank seal, water pump etc, I have $80 invested so far, versus $700 that a local shop wanted to charge. My dad and I will tackle it as soon as the weather gets warmer, we've had a pretty cold winter which is rare down here. I do have a few questions. Ive heard that there are two bolts, I think behind the power steering pump that need to come off that are very hard to get to....anyone know if I'm referring to the correct bolts and if theres an easy way to access them? Also, two bolts from the oil pan go into the timing cover, I've heard that tearing the pan gasket is almost inevitable, but most people use silicone around that area and that stops any oil leaks....anything I can do to prevent it from tearing? Is the fan clockwise or counterclockwise to loosen? also what is the torque spec for the crank pulley bolt? Thankfully, I have a friend who has a truck with an air compressor, so i'll be able to zip off the crank bolt, but trying to torque it on installation i'm wondering if theres a special tool to hold it steady. I also know to use thread sealer on the timing cover and water pump bolts, as they protrude into water jackets. Anything I'm missing here guys? My dad and I would like to finish it in a day.