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|October 2nd, 2020 07:14 AM|
Just use a good oil rated RTV. I've re-done engine and trans oil pans on a handful of cars.
My biggest mistake was using a 20 year old oil pan sealant from Rolls-Royce. Why would anyone ever trust a British oil sealant to work is beyond me. But I did.
|October 1st, 2020 06:15 PM|
|October 1st, 2020 05:55 PM|
|October 1st, 2020 04:01 PM|
So I went to get this checked out and it turns out its really just a bunch of seals that are bad i guess. Here is the list of issues.
>If you are leaking oil in your Eclipse< I Have attached the names/prices of common engine/trans seals in the picture to save some hassle.
Prices are from Austin Texas.
|September 14th, 2020 02:41 PM|
|alovid19||maybe not the pan, well idk, It leaks from between the thin sheet and transmission, is it supposed to have RTV surrounding the whole thing or just the bolts ? That hook thing and its bolt was put on by the mechanic because the original bolt was missing.|
|September 14th, 2020 12:46 PM|
|pcfreak4||Is the pan gasket leaking? It may not even be a gasket at all, it might just be that RTV sealer “Hondabond”|
|September 14th, 2020 12:03 PM|
Hi y'all I noticed some oil leaking under my car. It not too bad but i think its transmission oil because its right next to the CV Drive Shaft axle. I noticed that there is a little clean cutout hole in the same spot underneath so its a factory cut, right? I also put in Redline trans gear fluid in recently so i think that I put just a bit too much and the oil leaks through that factory hole. Or would it be leaking because of some mechanical issue? Can y'all give me your opinion before i take it to the mechanic?
Thank you in advance for any response you may offer!