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2000 Chevy Tracker 2.0 pouring oil

We have replaced the oil pan gasket, oil cending unit, rear main seal and it is still leaking oil between the motor and the transmission. Please Please let us know if you have another thing to try.

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  • Michael Rouse
    Michael Rouse May 11, 2010

    Im sorry to say but it sounds like you have a cracked oil pan. Do you know if the pan is steel of aluminium?

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Leaking from top or bottom? tr checking around the valve covers. if there is a build up you may need to change your valve cover gaskets. if you can let me know where the oil is collecting i may be able to advise a bit better.

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