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Oil leak Hi. I have a 97 grand voyager 3.8L its leaking oil slowly on the right side or left side when facing the van. I've replaced the valve cover gasket but there is still a leak. I wonder if it will be from oil pan gasket but it seems to drop more further to the right side. Please give some advise. Thanks

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Take a look around the cam shaft position sensor....it'll be on the end of the head.

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