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My son just bought his first car, a 1994 Celica GT. slow oil leak around valve cover. bought new Felpro gasket to replace. Slightly too big... is there more than one possible size gasket for the 2.2 engine?

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Usually no there is not another size gasket but make sure that you have the correct eng. size and whether the car is EPA or California emissions some toyota parts for some reason depend on this information.

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