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In the second picture, at the bottom on the right, you can see the hex shaped top of the housing (where it says "25 Nm"). Check at the base of that, which appears to be a filter housing. Also, at the bottom of this housing. There appears to be a some kind of cooler or heat interchanger. Check around that. If there is a spray coming up from a leak, this would ...


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Leaking valve cover gasket or (likely) spark plug seals. Get your mechanic to check his work. If there is any oil left on the mating surfaces, some mechanics think that either it helps the seal, or that it will get squeezed out when the cover is torqued down. Not the case - any oil left will create a path for a leak. Reusing spark plug seals is not ...


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There shouldn't be a rubber plug in an oil pan. If there really is, then you either need a new oil pan (if the plug isn't the drain plug) or a new drain plug. A new drain plug should be available from a dealer or an auto parts store and can easily be replaced. If your oil pan has been damaged and someone repaired it with a rubber plug then you will likely ...


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If the oil levels go to the empty mark in just 2000kms, then we definitely have a problem here. Generally the 1.5/1.6 engines run healthy for around 8K-10K kms without oil levels dipping drastically or the oil getting burnt. The only visible difference we get on running on the same oil for 10K kms are that the oil gets black in color and also loses viscosity....


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I noticed that whenever my change engine oil light comes on in the dash and I ignore it a few days and miles later a low oil light comes on and if it is still not attended to the engine shut down until New oil is added. This happens to me on a couple of occassions. My suggestion is keep your oil changed You car is trying to protect itself and save you money....



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