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Loosing oil no leak no smoke coming from exhaust


there`s only 2 ways to lose oil. one is a leak somewhere from the motor the other is the motor is burning oil. just because you don`t see smoke doesn`t mean its not burning oil. you don`t say how much oil your losing between oil changes. if its only about 1/1.5 litres between oil changes then this is a normal lose which means its burning slightly.

Jul 31, 2014 | 2002 Nissan Altima 3.5 SE

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2000 ford explorer limited edition I bought one used 120k. underneath of truck has some kind of leak. looks like its been doing it along time because of the build up. The oil pan is covered with oil or...


Well you could chase it forever due to it blowing back when driving. I would take it to a car wash and wash if off real well underneath and drive it back home. It will show exactly where it's coming from.

Apr 19, 2017 | 2000 Ford Explorer

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Oil is mixing with water but does not have a head gasket problem any ideas please


I don't mean to sound sceptical, but how have you concluded there is not any head gasket problem? Do you mean a compression test is good? Because that will not show up any leak between the water jacket and the oil passages, via the head gasket joint. Only a pinhole leak is needed because water is, well, watery.
Has a radiator leak down test been done? This will show up water jacket leaks (there may be more than one), and give you some idea of the size.

http://www.benplace.com/pressure_test.htm

I don't know your engine well, but I cannot think of another ready way for water to get in the oil or v-v, except a cracked block, which is rare. I have read of a leaky intake manifold gasket causing it, but I can't picture that one myself.

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Got oil change done at Jiffy Lube. I got my transmission flushed & refilled last month. Now Jiffy Lube is saying I got a little transmission leak caused by wear & tear. How much you think it should...


unfortunately sometimes when you get the engine or transmission flushed it can cause an oil leak I don't know what it will cost but I would be getting other quotes & get the work done at the cheapest quote, it pays to shop around........hope this helps......cheers.

Sep 24, 2011 | 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix

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My 2004 Armada is leaking oil right above the oil filter, at a joint where there's a pressed steel piece. No, I'm not using the wrong filter, and, no, I don't have two (or "no")...


I had the same problem. I took my vehicle to the mechanic. My armada doesn't leak any more. Change the oil filter housing gasket. It cost me $10 for gasket and $45 for labor.

Sep 08, 2011 | 2006 Nissan Armada

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HAD THE OIL CHANGED IN 2006 RENO OIL IS LEAKING ON PAVEMENT.TOOK IT BACK AND THEY SAID TIGHTENED ALL THAT THEY COULD IS STILL DOING IT


The leak is probably unrelated to the oil change, at least in a bad way. Many vehicles are poorly designed for oil changes. Oil gets on several components under the engine and could leak for a couple of days. You'll have to find the leak yourself if they are unwilling or unable to do it and you don't want another shop to look at it just yet.

Keep in mind that the older a vehicle gets, the more leaks it has. Place a piece of clean cardboard under the vehicle when you park it. Check above where you see the spot on the cardboard if it still leaks. Since the oil is traveling down, keep tracing upwards until you don't see oil leaking or seeping and you have found the location of the leak. Keep in mind as well that oil can be slung by the engine belts if you have any seals on the front of the engine leaking.

Jun 30, 2011 | 2007 Suzuki Reno Hatchback

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95 Lumina 3.4 DOHC, 137k. Coolant leaking on drivers side. Can't see where it's coming from. Engine vibrates as if missing. Almost has full power, but I can tell it would have more if it was...


The first thing is to locate the coolant leak, you will need to pressurize the cooling system to locate the leak. these cars are famous for intake leaks, coolant and oil so take a good look at the intake where it meets the head, if theres coolant getting into the cylinder that may be the cause of the misfire. good day.

Jun 19, 2011 | Chevrolet Lumina Cars & Trucks

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Oil leak where on the car do i put the stop leak solution at please help


chances of stop leak working on an oil leak are slim and none...you just need to clean the engine (or get someone to do it for you) so that you can tell where the leak is coming from-it might be as simple as a leaking oil sender unit, a leaking oil pan drain bolt or a valve cover, front or real main seal, or even the oil filter (not tight?)-don't waste time and money on voodoo, you need to find the leak and repair it.

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