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Oil leak near crank sea & oil pump cover on 4cly toyota camry

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    yadayada Mar 12, 2011

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You probably have a leaking front main seal. It's not bad to replace, not that big of a job at least it's not a rear main seal leak you have to remove the transmission to replace that. Good luck.

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