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Old 07-05-2013, 04:07 PM   #1
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Leaking Oil

So the past few months my car has been leaking oil, nothing drastic. Recently its been leaking a bit more than usual. I checked the oil filter and bolt for the oil and both are good. Anyone know if this is a big problem or a quick fix? Thanks
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Well we're is leaking from? If its leaking alot then yes it is. You don't want to be left with no oil
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Leaking or burning? are you saying that oil is low but no leaks?
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Rear main seal or oil pan gasket.
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Rear main seal or oil pan gasket.
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You might have forgotten to get a new crush washer when the oil was changed last, or it might have been double up on
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This is happening to me and its the oil pan gasket need to replace and I tried doing but its like glued and stuff lol gonna take it to get it changed instead they have tools lol
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It happened to me I had to replace the rear main seal and 5 hours later not oil leaking
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