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2001 24v cummins my entire under carriage was coated in oil so i cleaned it all off to find out where the oil is coming from and i think i narrowed it down to the front left (drivers) side of the block right behind a ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 04-22-2011, 10:07 PM
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my entire under carriage was coated in oil so i cleaned it all off to find out where the oil is coming from and i think i narrowed it down to the front left (drivers) side of the block right behind a pulley....any help?
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Not coming out of blow by tube?

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no it looks to be coming out the bottom of the crankcase
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Old 04-23-2011, 08:54 PM
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Do you still have the factory bottle for crank case attached? It can cause oil to get everywhere once it reaches the fan. Just a thought.
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Ck the front cover and pan bolts? Maybe behind the vac or vp ?
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Ck the front cover and pan bolts? Maybe behind the vac or vp ?
Very popular for the gasket between the Vac pump and timing cover to leak. Mine did, and it looked like a front crank seal leak by the way the fan was throwing it around. I ended up pulling my fan off and running the engine to pinpoint the leak.

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at first it was leaking on the drivers side now the drips are all on the passenger side?!
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its most likely to be the vac pump thats where mine was 250 dollar fix havent seen a drop since
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$250??? Get a shop to do it I assume?
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so i think i found the leak after $35 and 3 hours at the car wash......a loose bolt
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