oil leaking

Asked by Dec 18, 2006 at 06:48 PM about the 1995 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my toyota camry v6 1995 have an oil leaking

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Hello, Please provide a few more details. How much oil is leaking? Does it leak all the time? Are there any other problems with the car? At this point, I would say your best bet is to take it to a mechanic to have it checked out. Best of luck! CarGrrl

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In the front left hand side of the motor you should be able to reach from the passenger side is your sending unit for oil pressure unit they tend to loosen up? Try tightening down or replacing it all together

Hi Guys, Thanks for the responses. The oil is coming from above and behind the main pully. I had thought it might be what was suggested previously -- a clogged PCV, but the hose was supple and unclogged. I further inspected the oil pressure sender and it too was fine, except for oil that had splashed/blown/otherwise secondarily arrived there. I'm pretty much settled on it being the oil pump cover/gasket, and maybe that drive seal. It doesn't appear its been done before and its a high mileage engine, so if it's oem it's probably quite brittle. A lot of 'maybe's in there, but that is where things seem to be pointing. As soon as I know for sure I will update the thread.

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