Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Its missing how can I fix it without buying new cover for 366.00
B2600???? is that a MAZDA? oops.....a .....daisy......
what car? jeep>? you posted to jeep. if not a jeep go to correct forum.
what engine, there are many.
is this an engine part or tranny, both have pumps. and relief valves.
just a clue here.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Oil leakage
You have an open hose from valve cover to no where which oil is coming out of....hmmmm, I would think yes..... If you still have a problem with oil blowing out of motor after those are fixed, sounds like you may have back pressure.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
I'd suggest using a good brand of synthetic oil (which was actually developed a really long time ago for the armed forces for use in polar reigions) Most flushes loosen too much material all at once, causing blockage of the oil pickup screen. You can get a bit more cleaning and lubrication protection by adding a bit of marvel oil to the synthetic. Change just the filter (and lost oil) about every 1500 miles, till the problem subsides.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
SOURCE: OIL PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
If cleaning the engine does not work, replace the oil press. sending unit. These senders on Jeeps have had a history of problems where they will work one day and not the next day.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
SOURCE: oil leaks
clean off the area where you suspect the leak is then run and check. The only way to change rear main seal (and have it actually work) is by removing crankshaft. I have seen this attempted at least a hundred times and never seen one yet that didn't leak. Some of the new oils for "older engines" have a seal softener in them tha usually will help but don't expect results for months...it took years for seals to harden & wear.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
If you are using antifreeze, regardless of the mechanics test results, it cant just "disappear" it must be going somewhere!!! My guess is that it's getting into the engine and causing the oil pressure problem. Likely you either have a small head gasket leak or a small crack in the cylinder head that only opens when hot. Instead of a pressure test have a hydrocarbon test done on the radiator as well as a cylinder leakdown test. One of those tests as well as oil pressure test with a mechanical pressure gauge, should tell you more about what is going on.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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