Question about 1996 Nissan Sentra
It pumps out a solid flow
I have a 1997 jetta and have been through this. Go to the volkswagen dealer and have them pull up the oil cooler housing. You will see a gasket (o-ring) that seals the two pieces of this housing together. Buy that. Your old one has gotten brittle from years of extreme temperature swings and cracked ( it will be like hard plastic when you remove it.) Unscrew your filter, take a 27mm socket (prob need deep well) and unscrew the nut at the top of stud where the filter screws to. Take it all the way off and remove the old o-ring. Clean the area well and put your new oil swabbed o-ring in and reverse the above steps. 30 min 8 dollar fix. Good luck!
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
97 vw jetta or nissan sentra ? witch one! .any way a leak is a leak and is no good for an engine to leak oil.....you ned to fix it quikly to prevent mechanical damage to your engine . to do so , you ned to find where the leak is coming from .1 front and rear seals,2; valve seals or gasket 3, oil pan gasket 4,oil pump seal 5,oil pressure sensor sending unit . have your engine cleaned and use oil with dye to pinpoint exactly where leak is coming from
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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