I have a 95 ford mustang with a 3.8 in it, its leaking oil badly in the front of the block, I changed the oil sending unit, wasn't it its behind that, any ideas as to what it may be?????

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Asked by vron95 Jan 02, 2014 at 08:31 PM

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Tom Demyan
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Probably the valve covers.

vron95
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It's lower than that..

Tom Demyan
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Oil pan gasket

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vron95
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Reckon ill check that next thanks!

vron95
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Do you think it could be the oil pump gasket instead??

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