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Brackers Posted - 03 May 2017 : 13:13:22
Can anyone help with a long-standing oil leak on my 73 Fastback please? Looking at the manual, it states that it is metal plate seal and not plastic / rubber? However, over time it has worn and now leaks over my garage floor. Does anyone have a solution?


Kevin Brackstone
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Brackers Posted - 05 May 2017 : 08:52:16
Thanks Jim. Will check out, but looks like a solution.
jimlagos Posted - 04 May 2017 : 08:42:16
Good morning
I had a similar problem on my series V. I bought a new timing chain cover and seal from Alpine innovations. Oil now stays in the engine!


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