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2006 nissan quest is leaking oil from oil sensor how do I fix it

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Just replace the oil sensor, which a special tool should be used as you may damage the sensor otherwise.

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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Go to the parts store get one and rent a socket from them and change it it is easy they might lend you the socket if you buy the part from them

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I've had same problem with different vehicle. Have you tried removing it when engine is cold, or just when it was warm? Have you tried squeezing it at same time?

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You have replaced it twice, perhaps the fly wheel is cutting it or inside the part that connects to the crankcase is an "O"Ring or you have to inspect the fly wheel look for cracks, inspect the seal that You all ready removed

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