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oil leak front of motor

I have always had a small leak at front of motor. It was a drop or two a week but for the past few days it starting to really leak(BAD). It looks like its coming down at front of oil pan or above it a belt pulley. Should I use a stop leak or something like that until I get it fixed. Anyone have problems with theres leaking there.

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Probably a front seal leaking . You have to pull the harmonic balancer and then it's a piece of cake .

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How hard is it to pull harmonic balancer?
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Not too bad , you can rent the puller / installer from autozone (or where ever ) . It is only pressed in place and then one big bolt in the center . Note , do not start engine with balancer removed . The seal is just pressed in .

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also check your oil cooler, could be leaking at the gasket. and your hpop res gasket

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Isnt the oil cooler line going into the radiator. And where would I look for the leak at hpop. Everything on upper front looks clean. Thanks Chris
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