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OIL LEAKING FROM TIMEING COVER AT GASKET. pressure in crank case ! no pcv valve ?

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Change your gasket. Mine did this a couple of months ago. The rubber gaskets harden over a matter of time and allow oil to leak.

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Replace gasket put a pcv valve in it

Posted on May 14, 2009

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