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Leaking oil on bottom left side of engine - 2000 Chevrolet Silverado

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SOURCE: water leaking from bottom left side of v6 4.3L

it is most likely the intake gasket leaking coolant and running down engine this is a common problem as they get older

Posted on Mar 15, 2011

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SOURCE: oil leak from bottom rear of engine does'nt appear to be pan or rear main maybe higher on engine,maybe oil sending uniy?

clean up the engine with a good engine cleaner follow the instruction of the can use a hight preesure wather machine ,(cover with plastic bags the electrics parts alternator,ignition components ,etc....)after you clean up the engine run afew miles and you will be found the exact place of the oil leak.

Posted on Jul 22, 2012

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SOURCE: got coolant leak on the left side of the engine its a nice leak when engine is runing

Replace the welsh plug that has rusted away. Consider doing them all as if one has gone the rest won't be far behind.

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