[DML] Re: Valve cover & Air Flow gaskets
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[DML] Re: Valve cover & Air Flow gaskets

Many times I have seen where the oil pressure sender switch on the
rear, left side leaks and it can appear to be coming from the oil pan
the way it spreads around. I would see if it is moist and dirty around
it and if it is reseal or replace it before tearing the motor apart.
The wire is probably cooked too so a short piece of it running
alongside the motor should be replaced with a high temperature wire or
sleeve. A Rule-Of-Thumb is that leaks generally leak down and from
front-to-back. This means look up and forward to find the source of a
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Martin Gutkowski <martin@...> wrote:
> Oh my god.... NO, NO, NO there should not be a gasket between the lower 
> crank case and the main block - it retains the main bearing caps!
It's a 
> perfectly flat, machined surface, and just a thin bead of RTV all round 
> is all it requires. (after thoroughly cleaning the faces first of
> Martin
> John Hervey wrote:
> > I just had a call today about the lower casting that is bolted to the 

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