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1998 AUD1 A6 ENGINE OIL LEAK the engine is leakking so can these effect the gear box?

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As long as it is engine oil, you should be OK. Are you using synthetic Oil? Sometimes switching over to synthetic oil will cause very minor leaks to become more active. If so, you may be better off switching to regular oil, and changing more frequently. Also be sure to use the highest viscosity oil designed for you model.

Be sure that you can figure out where exactly the leak is coming from. Upper engine/ lower engine?

How much oil are you losing?

Your gearbox should be OK.

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Brian

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

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