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Old 06-20-2012, 10:21 AM
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6.4 oil pan gasket???

Looks like my oil pan gasket is leaking? Or is this something else. It's a verrrryyy slow leak so I'm not super worried yet. Coming from between the oil pan and the transmission. I'll attach a couple pictures but don't worry about the oil at the drain plug, I just got done changing the oil. How hard is this to fix??


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Old 06-20-2012, 02:34 PM
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I believe to get the oil pan off you have to pull the cab or pull the motor. I believe that is what i have read.
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I believe to get the oil pan off you have to pull the cab or pull the motor. I believe that is what i have read.
Goodness... Looks like it is going to stay like this for awhile!


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Old 06-21-2012, 11:57 PM
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haven't seen too many oil pan leaks. i'd suspect either rear cover or bedplate seal, or even the rear main seal. there is a little window that is covered by a piece of rubber attached to your trans. pull out the cover, you'll see oil spider webbing from seal if that is bad. all 3 will require transmission removal, but rear seal is least intrusive
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Old 06-22-2012, 10:53 AM
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haven't seen too many oil pan leaks. i'd suspect either rear cover or bedplate seal, or even the rear main seal. there is a little window that is covered by a piece of rubber attached to your trans. pull out the cover, you'll see oil spider webbing from seal if that is bad. all 3 will require transmission removal, but rear seal is least intrusive
None of this sounds like any fun...


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Old 06-22-2012, 10:57 AM
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make sure the front crank seal and cam sensor isnt leaking first. both can make oil run outside of the oil pan and drip off the back.
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make sure the front crank seal and cam sensor isnt leaking first. both can make oil run outside of the oil pan and drip off the back.
I think I trace it to a sensor on the drivers side engine block towards the front. Is that the cam sensor? If so does it need to be replaced or just a new gasket or something?


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Bump!! Anyone??


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