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There is oil leakage outside the engine and engine oil also requires frequent topping up.

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Best option is to try a bolt of rough threads.Always use a washer.
Leakage happens only because you remove the bolt when the engine is hot.Never over tight the bolt.If you do this it will wear the internal threads.Since Alluminium is a poor heat conducting material.got problems call 9379004442

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