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#11: 01-09-2013, 06:38 AM
 
 johnegg
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Cam seals and cam cap o-rings
crank seal
valve cover gaskets
axle shaft seal - read up a lot on this one you can screw your transaxle up.
and oil separator plate on the rear of the block next to the rear main - pull engine to repair.
and probably the pcv

but what is NOT leaking, the rear main seal. they usually don't leak until they have been replaced. and unless it is dripping oil at the seal and running down the block, i would leave it alone.

and probably not the oil pan gasket. lots of folks think that it the leak and if the engine is out there no reason not to replace it, but the factory seal will usually last the life of the car.

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