I have a 2006 Sedona with the 3.8L V6 in it. Ok, I had it up on ramps checking the power steering pump and, just to be safe, had jack stands in place below the frame as well. Long story short, got done with what I was doing and went to back down off the ramps, forgetting the jack stands. One fell over but the other one rode down the frame and through the oil pan, taking the full weight of the front end. It dumped 4 quarts of oil on my garage floor in a matter of seconds. Anyway, the damage done, other than the obvious gaping hole in my oil pan, was it also broke the oil pump screen and tube and cracked the upper half of the oil reservoir. I am replacing the oil pump, but I'm a bit concerned about the crack in the upper area of the oil reservoir. I don't even know what that is called. The jack stand didn't get into the bottom of the engine, or the crank, but, as I said, it cracked the top half of the oil reservoir. There is already a hole in the area that was machined that way. I am concerned about any chunks breaking off and getting into the engine. Also, don't know what other negative effects this crack might cause. This is, it appears, the bottom of the motor and is not something replaceable that I can see. I figure, I will replace the pump, the oil pan, put oil in it, and start it up to see what it will do. I know this is long winded and perhaps not descriptive enough, but hopefully someone will understand what I am trying to describe and have some good insight for me. Thanks in advance.