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post #1 of 17 Old 09-28-2013, 06:12 PM Thread Starter
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Oil leak

Hi guys new to this forum just testing the waters

So I have an oil leak in behind the front passenger side wheel any ideas what it could be ????


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Well welcome aboard. Have you climbed up and looked for oil in the valley yet?

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What do you mean by front? Like front of the motor or is it kunda near the rear of the block?

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Close to the front right wheel behind it


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Close to the front right wheel behind it
Hmmm check the down pipe and see if oil is dripping from it. The only thing over there is your AC system.

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could it be brake fluid?

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could it be brake fluid?
Yeah can you for sure say its oil? Need to catch some in a can or something and see.

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Close to the front right wheel behind it
Check where yhe dip stick goes unto your oil pan. They tend to leak there. And that's in that area too..

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could be the oil rail plug. New oring will fix that up.

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