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I have a mercedes c230k and 0il is leaking on drive belt and front of motor it's wet and gunk down motor front need to clean to find problem will gunk hurt anything

I want to spray with gunk

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Any type of oil can cause problems to areas not designed to have oil on lt. Make concern is to repair your oil leak as soon as possible. Sounds like it could be your camshaft front seal. Or a simple valve cover gasket.

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