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Old 09-27-2007, 08:15 AM   #1
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Default Oil Leak? Not oil pan, not valve cover, not front oil seal.

96 SL1 (SOHC) auto 95K. This car has a slow oil leak maybe 6 -10 drops that I can see when I park the car after being driven (The oil leak drops near the oil pan drain plug and stops after the 10 drops or so). I redid my valve cover gasket and I am sure that it is sealed good and there is no leaks from the cover. I checked my front oil seal on the passenger wheel side and there is no leak there. I clean off my oil pan so I am pretty certain it is not the oil pan but somewhere above the oil pan and between the valve cover at the back of the engine block. Does anyone know the possible source of the leak? Thanks.
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