it could be from leaking valve cover gaskets and the oil is running down the side of the engine to the oil pan. make sure it is engine oil and not from the transmission or Power Steering
An oil pan doesn't leak unless it is damaged or rotted through. You probably have a gasket or a seal that is leaking and the oil is dripping off the bottom of the oil pan. In that case it would leak more with the engine running.
Having an oil leak in the same spot under your car is one sign of an oil pan gasket leak. Another is smoke from the engine department.
You may need to reseal the oil pan
Wipe the oil pan clean. Place a white cloth or white paper under the oil pan and start the engine. Let it run for a few minutes and shut down. Look for oil spots on the white surface. This will tell you the general location of the leak.
Just remove the oil pan and repair or replace it.
Common leak points are oil pressure sensor, oil pan, and timing cover gasket.
Drain plug is located on the oil pan. Never heard of a oil leak pin.
need to stop leak on 1995 Honda Odyssey on a oil pan gasket
You have a leak and a large one. If you or a cheap store just changed oil, then they may not have attached the Oil Filter or the Oil Pan Plug correctly. If you leave off an O-ring or don't lube the gasket on the oil filter, then it could leak. Generally this will not leak very fast. The oil pan plug is at the bottom of the oil system and it would leak out all of the oil. Check your radiator water. Sometimes an engline will leak oil into the coolant system and it will be carried to your radiator. This will turn the water a chocolate milk color.
The jacking point was the oil pan?
the water pump gaskets start to leak (right or left, or both) and the coolant runs down the block to the oil pan/ block joint and appears to be coming from the oil pan. follow the leak closely, and you will probably see that it is coming from above the oil pan in the front.
i had the same problem with oil leaking too, i tried all kind of stop leak. but only "lucas" oil stop leak worked, haven't leaked since. My 92 Vigor had the same issue. It was initially diagnosed as a leaking oil pan gasket. I brought it to Acura and was advised that the leak came from the oil filter adapter assembly seal and not the oil pan gasket. To access this part, the front differential assembly had to come off along with the return hoses.
If it the gasket on the oil pan leaking, it would cost approximately $450 to have the oil pan removed and the gasket replaced.
Depends on where the leak. the intake or the heads yes pan,timming, ect. no.
Just about anywhere surfaces mate. Prime culprits are oil pan gasket, valve cover gaskets, front and rear crankshaft seals. Have your mechanic add some fluorescent dye to the oil and find the leak with a black light.
You could but it may leak.
Under the engine and on top of the oil pan? Well, it could be a oil pan gasket. Check 'er out.
The CR-V oil pan gasket fits between the pan and engine block. If the gasket fails then oil will leak possibly causing engine failure.
underneath it, on the oil pan. find the oil pan and the plug is there.
You should never replace a pan if there is no defect such as,leak,crack,major dents ect. If its not leaking you should leave it alone!
check the oil sending unit. check the ring of bolts around the oil pan they may be loose if they arent then you may have to replace the oil pan gasket
that depends on whether the oil pan gasket is leaking of it you have a hole in the oil pan if you have leaking gasket, the engine needs to be raised to enable removal of oil pan, gonna cost you some bucks. if you have a hole, drain the oil pan. buy a good filler at auto store, clean area round hole and plug leak i priced it today and it was 2.5 hours labor plus the price of the pan and gasket. around 400 bucks.
There must be a crank case leak, or the oil pan plug is gone.
antifreeze leaking into the oil pan
An oil leak can be from many different places. They include the valve cover, oil pan, front and rear main seals, and oil pressure sending unit.