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Old 03-12-2016, 09:15 AM   #1
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Oil leaks 95 gt

Can use some advice on common place for engine oil leaks on my 95 gt.Already replace oil sending unit above filter.Any advice would be helpful.
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So are you leaking oil......if so where?

Start be degreasing the engine and bay area to see what you are working with.

These older motors can leak due to a clogged PCV valve, valve cover gasket, oil pan, intake manifold gasket, rear main seal......it all depends from where.
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95 gt oil leaks

On my second can of gunk.Still searching for leak.Pvc dry,valve covers dry.Thanks for the reply
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have you changed your PCV valve AND the screen under it? I have seen the screens blocked solid that they couldn't even be cleaned.
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Check your radiator fluid. If it oily feeling then could be your head gasket.

Are you seeing it on the ground under car?
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check at the bottom of the bellhousing to see if the rear main seal is leaking. Also backs of the valve covers coming down the back of the motor and to the top of the bellhousing.
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Oil likes to travel that is why I said cleaning everything super good will help track down them slimy leaks.
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Rear main almost always leaks on these cars unfortunately. Maybe try going to a 5w40 oil?

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Had my power steering return line that was leaking on my 94 GT. Dirty fluid and looked similar to oil.


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check oil pan gasket.drove myself nuts with oil leak
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