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95 Neon, oil is leaking from somewhere. it looks like the back of the engire somewhere but not entirely sure. replaced valve cover gasket, tightened oil filter, no leak from the pan itself. what could this be?

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You need to go get a professional opinion. You got it wrong and your there looking at it. We can guess that maybe you have a head gassket leak but why guess when a professional will give the the correct answer.

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