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My honda gx610 in leaking oil out of the exhaust, any suggestions to why it is?

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    drubennett Jan 19, 2013

    It seems the source of the oil leak is coming from the exhaust valve.

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    drubennett Jan 20, 2013

    Could it be the valve stem seal or maybe the valve guide?

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May have head gasket or centre manifold gasket leaking .. remove one spark plug at a x , check to see if it,s oily.. replace each one back so there,s no confusion after u checked all ..while ur doing each one, do a compression test to each cylinder to check if u have worn out piston rings .. gd luck ...

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