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Crankshaft leaking oil.

Oil spotting seen on driveway i was topld it had a small leak is it expensive to fix?

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  • lakers_uno Oct 19, 2008

    It is leaking right behind where the timing belt is located and how does it leak what causes it , is it just wear and tear? thanks

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Depends what part is leaking

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

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    tony yeatman Oct 19, 2008

    probably the camshaft seal thats leaking .Its natural wear and tear if the cam belt is contaminated with oil that also will need replacing.crank seal may also be leaking.As far as price is concerned it varies from shop to shop but isnt considered a cheap fix due to time it takes to repair parts are relatively cheap but the mechanic isnt.Hope it helps Seals stop oil getting out of the engine while allowing leak free movement of a part.

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