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I have a 2002 Yukon/Denali with an oil leak

The Denali has 98,000 miles. I recently noitice oil spots on the car port and checked it out. I observed oil dripping from above the oil filter. Not at the oil filter seal. Have you heard of this and what the possible fix may be? Is this something I can do myself or should I take it to a shop. I am a novice at car repairs and so simple upkeep on my vehicle.

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I had the same problem with my 87 gmc year ago but if it is the same set up and I am assuming it is because it is exactly the same problem i went thrugh then when you take the filter off look and see if there are two bolts up in the assembly and if there are it probably is the seal, mine worked there way loose and a simple tightening fixed the problem, otherwise you will have top replace the seals

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