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oil coming from tranny cover

I have oil coming out of the tranny access cover and by the starter. the valley and under the turbo is all dry. I figured it was the rear main but wasnt sure if there was anywhere else is could come from
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If the valley and turbo are dry then it is likely the rear main. Pull the panel, soray some brake clean up on the crank (between the block and flywheel) then blow dry. Now fire it up and watch for a seep. Engine might have to be warm to get it to leak.

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thats what I figured, Im going to clean it up tomorrow and see

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Also, check the oil rail plugs on the back of the engine. They sometimes leak too.

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