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Have a 1996 Celica that is leaking oil and I am not sure where from looks like maybe timing cover but cant find exact spot
Give the area a really good clean and try to pinpoint the leak , i'd concentrate on the rocker cover gasket as that is highest point and work way down
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you checked the pcv valve and hose to see if motor vacuum is venting the pressure if not press. will build - could be causing your gasket leak problem?
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
There is an opening on the top of your timing cover sealed off with a rubber plug. Remove the plug to gain sightful access to inside your timing. But first I suggest you clean your engine first ot all grease and build up caused by your leak. In diong so, you will have a clearer idea of where the leak is actually coming from. I just rebuilt a 2000 neon, so if you need some info on anything , I have your info.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
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