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Oil pump leaking

I have a 2002 pontiac grand prix 3.1L. I have a big oil leak which I think is coming from the oil pump but not sure. Were is it located, is it at the bottom of the engine just to the side of the oil filter, because that is were the leak is coming from. It is a steady stream of oil. and is it hard to repleace if that is the case

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  • hiaviator Dec 05, 2008

    I just recently noticed a puddle of oil too! It looks like a line that runs near the radiator. I just wish it wasnt so freaking cold out to actually work on it.


  • floydsampson Feb 24, 2009

    oil leak below pulleys at front of engine. can not locate source. it seems to collect in a engine cavity and drips on ground and runs on bottom of engine. it is not a leak at oil filter. i do not find any hose leaks.

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Its an oil pressure sender a common prob. and easy fix

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