Valve cover gasket, oil pressure switch, camshaft seals, main bearing seals, pan gasket, etc. According to an article I Read last night on neons there is a cam shaft sensor on the firewall side of the engine with a natorious leak ! Good Luck ! Don`t forget to have a look to see that the oil pan itself may have rusted out!
Head gasket could be leaking
Coolant lines? Shift linkage? could also be the rear or front seals leaking
I just had the intake manifold gasket replaced on my 96 century yesterday and my bill was $450 but my gasket was only leaking out. If its leaking into your oil it may be more.
intake gasket is leaking
It sounds like you have a leaking intake manifold or head gasket. This needs to be repaired soon because the antifreeze will wear out the engine bearings very prematurely.
Timing chain cover gasket
bad head gasket
depends on where its leaking......could be easy if its a loose filter or loose drain plug but you could also have a blown gasket somwhere whether it be the oil pan head gasket or a cracked block
Replace the leaking part.
No. The two things are completely unrelated.
1200 $ for a new head and instalation
I found out it`s the cylinder
Hi, Head gasket is leaking, allowing oil to enter cooling system. Peace, crigby
A leaking fuel rail is the normal cause.
You could have the start of a head gasket that is leaking. I suggest that you have a shop to add leak detector to the cooling system and check it with a black light.
ON my 1996 Dodge 2500 it is on the drivers side. On the transmission housing just above the pan gasket and around where the linkages all intertwine an connect to the housing.
Is it full of coolant? Leaking water? Bad wqater pump? Broken/loose belt? Bad thermostat?
your car may be leaking coolant into the engine, i.e your head gasket may be bad
It could have.
Leaking what???It is not common for a head gasket to leak. I would check all 4 corners of the intake real CLOSE for antifreeze and oil. I mean close.If oil sending unit,are the back of the intake is leaking. oil will run down around the heads and make the heads look like there leaking. Make sure you look at the back of the intake real good.
Intake manifold gasket
look outside where the drain for the ac is and run a coat janger in there to clean it out.
This is a basic trouble shoot, for the Neon in particular is leaking large amounts of oil on the Passenger side of the engine? Check that the camshaft seal is still in place.
Check: NADA.com, KBB.com, autotrader.com Reduce by the amount of $ required to repair
Could be 3.21, 3.55, 3.92 to 1. Those are the options for a 1996.