No, because this is not a repair. Actually it's expected that you change that gasket every oil change.Has no one here done this repair?
I did this last summer to my 3.6, it was a ton of fun. I didn't remove any power steering lines or AC lines, I did just what you suggested and unbolted them (the compressor and the pump) and moved them aside. It doesn't give you a ton of space, but it helps. Doing this was definitely a pain in the ass, the bolts that hold the filter housing to the block are a little difficult to get to, especially the bottom one. I had to crawl under the left front side and reach up to get at it. After you get the bolts out, it will take some finesse to get the housing itself out, as there were a couple things in the way. It's the shape of the housing that makes it awkward, it goes down further than it looks!Oops, sorry for not being very clear. I was referring to the gasket between the oil filer housing and the engine block. She's leaking pretty good so I'm going to replace it tomorrow. just unsure if I need to remove the power steering pump lines and a/c lines or if I could leave them connected and just set the compressor and pump aside.