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Old 01-21-2013, 10:10 PM
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Clean the engine then run the engine.If the leak is small,you can buy dye to trace the leak.If it was my engine I would remove the engine to work on it.If its high performance you should look at the timing chain while its out of the car,,,

shop price to have it done would likely be 14 hours plus or minus plus parts
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