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Oil leaking from what looks like behind the vibration damper pully, is there any commen faults with seals or gaskets

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Yes there is they dont last forever they all fail eventually get it fixed before you do engine damage because of low oil and loss of oil pressure and or engine fire because oil does burn when it hits the exhaust hope this helps

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  2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
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