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Possible Gasket Leak Please help

Possible Gasket Leak Please help

Postby folch52 » Sat Aug 13, 2011 1:04 pm

Hi everybody. Im having a big doubt here. Last Year I had my Gasket replaced by toyota due to a leak. I opened my car today to check the oil and I find some oil exactly where they did the job. Please See the picture I have here and let me know what I should do.

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Re: Possible Gasket Leak Please help

Postby GzNutz » Sun Aug 14, 2011 8:11 am

That looks like it may have just been some spillage from filling it up with oil. Remove the plastic and see if there are any runs from the oil cap to the oil seen in the pic. However it would be rediculous if they couldn't get a gasket install right.
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Re: Possible Gasket Leak Please help

Postby folch52 » Sun Aug 14, 2011 3:13 pm

GzNutz wrote:That looks like it may have just been some spillage from filling it up with oil. Remove the plastic and see if there are any runs from the oil cap to the oil seen in the pic. However it would be rediculous if they couldn't get a gasket install right.




Yea lol I agree ima check that out
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