[DML] Re: Oil leek
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[DML] Re: Oil leek

Actually that oil leak is fairly common. The seal is too exposed (my 
opinion) and gets damaged from water, leaking antifreeze, etc. You 
don't have to pull the motor but the muffler, etc. has to come off 
plus the stiffener for the fascia. The seal has to be installed 
properly and the crankshaft pulley sealing surface has to be in good 
shape or the pulley replaced. PJ Grady sells a sleeve for the pulley 
but I have never tried it. If you don't have the skill or tools it 
should be a job for a DeLorean shop or someone who has the requisite 

Harold McElraft - 3354

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Jason Onuschak <jaysdeloreanshop@...> 
> HI
>   I have a very BIG problem.  There is oil leeking out from under 
the crank shaft pully.
>   Do I need to pull the motor to fix it?
>   Thank You
>   Jason Onuschak 
>   6069
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