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Old 10-19-2008, 03:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy Massive OIL LEAK HELP!!!

This is super krazy, I have this small leak once in a while when i'm parked for a few hours, but here is the krazy part-when I park my car overnight and the next morning I go to start it...right behind this Big pulley oil drips from there (I believe that is the front seal) anyways the oil is krazy like at leak 6 inch in dimeter. HELP!!! Has anyone exprience this before and if so how to fix it...is there a DIY for this...i'm pretty tech savey....
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Forgot to add, incase anyone who don't know me yet, I have a 1996 BMW 318i 4 door
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This is super krazy, I have this small leak once in a while when i'm parked for a few hours, but here is the krazy part-when I park my car overnight and the next morning I go to start it...right behind this Big pulley oil drips from there (I believe that is the front seal) anyways the oil is krazy like at leak 6 inch in dimeter. HELP!!! Has anyone exprience this before and if so how to fix it...is there a DIY for this...i'm pretty tech savey....
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Were you able to fix this problem?? I have the same thing going on with my 1995 325IC
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first you have to locate the leak. From there you can either DIY the gasket or take it to a shop.

Get under the car and see whats going on first?
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