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Old May 7th, 2014, 02:26 AM
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i hear ya. most baffling for me so far was an oil leak on a 2011 hyundai.
engine oil dripping from the bellhousing. rear engine seal, you'd probably think.
took the transaxle down, and found a port that looked like the end of an oil gallery.
tapped and plugged. day later it's back, still leaking oil. not through the bellhousing now.
all came together in an epiphany. that was a weephole for the valley. pulled the intake, and replaced the oil pressure sending switch which was leaking.
you need just the right wrench to remove it.

oh well, you learn something new everyday of where designers hide things.
buggers should have to do a tear down and rebuild of everything they design once in production.
wanna see heater cores go from 12hrs to less than 2 to replace?
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