Oil leakage

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Asked by Jul 30, 2016 at 02:04 PM about the 1992 Toyota Camry SE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have Toyota Camry v6  car(160000) ,the right side
bottom the oil leakage is very high I found
recently,can I know what was the actual
problem,and also estimated price .Do we need to
change the gasket?

4 Answers

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You need to determine from exactly where the oil is leaking. Is it leaking from the cam cover, oil pan, oil pressure sender, oil filter or some where else. I would first check the oil filter.

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Santos....did you ever find and fix that oil leak?

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Am unable to find out the exact place of leakage of oil,all the bottom of my engine is oily,some times it's looks like engine oil leakage and some times its like just a oily water,its hard to find out me , mechanic said we need to change the gasket

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Some repair shops will add a DYE to the engine oil to pinpoint the leak.

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