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YOU HAVE COVERED MOST ITEMS, BUT YOU MIGHT HAVE A CRACKED OIL RING ON A PISTON. A QT A DAY IS ALOT
Posted on Dec 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try removing the bolts hold on the valve cover and once you do that take a razor blade and a little lube and careful scrape the old one off.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Did you put Valve seals in the head???
Other than that the PCV is a good start...
But it sounds like the oil rings on the pistons to me.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
the valve cover, requiring the removal of 4 to eight bolts, easy enough for the novice to remove and replace.
is the uppermost piece of the engine under all the hose's and wire's that run a muck. the head gasket on the other hand requires the removal of all that can be seen as you peer under the hood.if it is just an oil leak it should not require a head gasket .
my suggestion would be to use an engine degreaser
such as gunk or Castor oil brand follow there instructions.and then drive the vehicle 20 minutes or so and look for fresh oil to determine exactly where the leak is coming from
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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