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Old 11-19-2003, 02:14 PM   #1
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Default Small Oil Leak/ 60k tune up Questions

In the prosses of changing my plugs today (damn they needed it) . i noticed on Cyl 4 there was a small oil leak.. no real bulid up but enough to make your finger oily... i took a mirror and light and i didn't see anything pooled up near the bottom of the shaft to the plug socket.... i'm guessing that this is something that i dont' really need to worry about.. but i'm speaking from a v-8 point of view.. should i be worried and get a new set of gaskets??
the car has about 71k on it.. i haven' taken it in for the 60k tune up.. but today i did the normal oil change.. new plugs.. and belts...changed the air filter about 6k ago and it looks just a lil messy.. but nothing that is to be too concerned about... is there anything else that i should pay attention to???
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Old 11-19-2003, 07:38 PM   #2
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clogged/bad PCV and tubing can hold excessive pressure in, accelerating(causing?) oil seepage.

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