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I have a 92 toyoya celica 2200motor i have a huge leak from the drivers side of engine, i have cleaned off the engine and it seems the oil is leaking down at a rapid pace from behind the belts and dripping off the oil pan can you tell me what this could be and is it repairable at home or is it a mechanics job??? thanks in advance

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When you say it's leaking from behind the belts, do you mean from behind the timing cover? If it is coming from behind the timing cover, it could be a crank seal or a cam seal. If it's either of these, then it will not be a very easy repair to do from home unless you're very familiar with timing belt work. If that's the case, you may want to take it to a mechanic.

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Posted on May 29, 2011

Testimonial: "thanks didnt think it was a fix i could do from home think somebody said it is probably an Oil pump housing leaking. its right above oil pan"

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