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Oil puddle and/or leak

Just changed the oil cooling lines and o-rings and the pressure lines is leaking leaving a puddle when started what else should i do

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Where is the pressure line leaking? Is it made of steel or rubber, or a combination?

Maybe the pressure line is defective. Try another if you determine it is leaking from the hose or line.

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