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1995 Suburban oil leak at # 7 exhaust port.

5.7 engine. Oil is comming out around the # 7 exhaust port and running down the block. It's not from the rocker cover. What is there to leak there?

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BAD valve seal or slight leak in head gasket if its not coming from valve cover gasket. Good luck and Thanks for using FIX YA

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