Question about 1996 Buick Skylark
a shop, and you should check the oil sending unit, as they are bad to get
cracked, and/or break causing a pretty bad leak. Check the valve covers, and
more importantly, check the PVC to make sure it has enough vacuum on it, as
it could be plugged up with carbon and not have any vacuum on it. Put a new
PVC valve in it, as that will help. When an engine is allowed to build up
pressure inside, it will push oil right past all the seals & gaskets, and
on to the ground. We find a leak by wiping down the entire engine, or using
an engine cleaner, and putting it on a rack with it running. That way we can
see where the leaks are, and determine what to do to fix them. Glad to help
out, Good luck!!!
Posted on May 14, 2008
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