oil leak

Asked by Mar 25, 2014 at 10:16 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

There is a small oil leak coming from the top of the engine, the section facing the fire
wall.
No way to find the exact area due to the cover of the engine; either not visible when
looking up from the floor. Is this any known defect? Please help the same way you help
me earlier. Thank you so much!
Efrain R. Infante

1 Answer

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Remove the engine cover to find the area of the leak. You didn't specify what engine or vehicle you are looking at, so it's hard to know where to tell you to look exactly.

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