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Oil leaking My Nubira model 1997 is having an engine oil leakage in the camshaft oil seal. I change it twice but it still leaking. What do you think is the problem? Is it necessary to change camshaft? or cylinder head? Please I need advice. Thanks in advance. Armando

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Check the cam and see if it has a grove worn in it if so the seal wont work unless you remove the spring from the seal and find the join untist it to seperate it the cut a couple of mm off the replace it to the seal

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