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2001 land rover dis.11 v8 leeking fluid on garage floor. Oil change guy said it doesn't look like oil. what else could it be?


To find out if it's oil get a oil leak detection kit. The kit contains a dye, light and glasses. Simply put the dye in oil fill location run and drive vehicle. Park vehicle shine light on new marks if they glow you have a oil leak if not it could be transmission fluid

Aug 09, 2017 | Land Rover Cars & Trucks

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Engin leak


Could be from anywhere. Have a look under the engine and down the sides of the engine with a bright light.

Jun 08, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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Leaking oil


It is leaking from somewhere and getting onto the exhaust manifold or pipe. Prime suspects are the cam cover gasket, distributor shaft seal, or oil filter mounting.

You can buy a fluoro tracer dye eg

http://www.ebay.com/itm/SUPERCOOL-16525-Engine-Fluid-Leak-Detection-Dye-1-Oz-/222277586459

You give the engine a really good clean all over, add this dye to the oil in recommended amount, drive around a bit, and shine a blacklight lamp on the engine parts.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Black-Mini-Aluminum-UV-ULTRA-VIOLET-9-LED-FLASHLIGHT-BLACKLIGHT-Torch-Light-Lamp-/152175749413?var=&hash=item236e61a925:m:m5bmKbE1HA0X6BZrPtCTZaA

The leak will glow. If it is everywhere too much, clean and repeat with less driving before checking.
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Oct 15, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Oil leak


oil can leak in several places n your car,valve cover gaskets ,oil pan, rear main seal timing covers, oil pressure switch, oil drain plug, adn the oil filter if on too loose or if punctured. go to your local parts house and pick up a small ultra violet flashlight and 1 bottle of oil dye.( this will not harm your oil or the engine so you could leave it in until you change oil again) Install the dye in the oil filler cap and replace the cap. Next wipe away all the oil you can get to from the top and bottom of the engine. drive vehicle around the block 3 or 4 times allowing the dye to circulate and leak out. Now take your black light flashlight and start looking for a bright yellow or green to show up on the engine. Follow the green line right back to where it came from, there is at least one of your many possible leaks.

Apr 18, 2013 | 1998 Dodge Caravan

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I have a 2000 cougar and its leaking oil when its parked theres a medium oil leak on floor what is it.


the best way to locate the oil leak, if you can't see where it is coming from is to park the car overnight , and put a large piece of cardboard under the engine, so where the oil leak is, it will drop onto the cardboard, then the next day, look under the car, and see where the oil is on the cardborad, the leak should be in the area of where it is on the cardboard. also, the leaks could be anything from the oil pan gasket, oil sending unit, valve covers, intake manifold gasket. or the rear main seal. hope that this information was very helpful to you.

Mar 25, 2011 | 2000 Mercury Cougar

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ROBINAIR 347002K WON'T INJECT OIL


I think you'v try to inject the oil from ''WRONG'' side,as you say RECOVER/VACUUM which is LOW side manifold valve. You should inject the oil from HIGH side ( Turn the high side valve to CHARGE/OIL INJECT after vacuuming & low side vulv to CLOSE possition ) with pressing F1 key. once you press it then hold the key as long as you wish to inject the oil. If you try this way & you still have problem with oil injection then you may need to check oil injection CHECK VALVE or oil injection SOLENOID ( Both located under Hidg side panel mountin valve). NOTE: UV Dye is not a problem for oil injection! I hope this will help you to solve the problem,Good luck. Don't forge to vote for my solution!

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I have an oil leak, and want to know what should I do,to determine where its coming from?


There are several things u can do the from a simple visual inspection of the engine and under the car to adding what's called oil dye to your engine oil and running the engine for a short time then checking with a special dye light which will pick up the oil dye and help pin point the area of the leak. A black light works also. The dye can be purchased at some auto parts stores. But a simple, thorough, visual inspection will work also. Gl

Dec 31, 2009 | 1999 BMW 323 Series

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BMW 320i is using 5L of oil every 1000miles no


Try using an automotive dye in the oil the oil has to be going somewhere the dye should reveal the loose gasket or loose oil plug in which the leak may only occur at speed under pressure and not present when stopped

Aug 20, 2009 | 2002 BMW 3 Series

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Oil was disappearing out of the engine for the longest time. Mechanic couldn't find it so we just added oil from time to time. Now its got a major leak. We have a pan underneath its gotten so bad and...


next oil change or even now get a small bottle of engine oil trace dye and a Ultrviolet light. Add the trace dye to the engine and then after a cple days use the UV light and see where the leak is. The trace dye will be a bright blue or green, depending on the maker of the dye, "glowing" line/path. Follow it back to the source. Chances are it will be one if not a combination of 3 things: Valve cover gaskets, Oil pan gasket, Or one of the 2 main oil seals. Of the oil seal the rear main oil seal is a common culprit.

Jul 23, 2009 | 1992 Ford Tempo

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