Question about 2000 Buick Park Avenue
Re: 2008 Buick Park Ave. It has recently developed a slight leak (maybe a drop of oil/day) marking up pavement and my wife is driving me crazy to get it fixed. I have localized the leak toto the right front. After pulling the rt frt wheel and looking, it appears to becoming from the connection to the Oil sensor. I suspect the sensor is leaking, not where it is threaded into the engine, but where the 3 "posts" on the sensor are located. Does this make sense? Is the solution to replace the sensor? Is this somrthing I can do. Access is limited, but I was able to get a wrench on it and loosen it slightly, then re-tighten it. Do I have to remove the engine oil before replacig the sensor? How tight do I tighten the new sensor?
I had a problem similar to this and it was the oil pressure sender. When it goes bad it will leak oil
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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