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  1. 2.0 tdi. manual. cbbf. oil leak 
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    hiya,

    at this minute in time i dunno how to upload a video.... but... here is a pic

    i know the fly wheel is knocking and needs changing... but i also have a oil leak where the arrows are... like 5 drips per second along this seal... whilst engine running

    any idea what it could be... i have an idea but like to hear your opinion

     
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    Has any work been done recently such as sump, oil filter or housing removal?
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    no idea just bought from auction... it had a small tub wedged in the under tray catching the oil
     
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    just looked it deffo looks like sump has been off
     
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    Could just be a badly refitted sump, you have to be very precise with it. The real worry is if it is the crank oil seal.
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    i thought crank oil seal too.

    is the crank oil seal a big job on these ?
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crasher View Post
    Could just be a badly refitted sump, you have to be very precise with it. The real worry is if it is the crank oil seal.
    well its either the rms or sump... got car up and right under....

    its leaking right under rms... but may be sump as them 2 end bolts look a bit crappy to tighten up.

    so im gunna remove sump... clean up & get some new bolts and fasten up.

    just need to find correct torque settings for them.

    it needs dmf doing soon, so rms at same time wont be too much extra work
     
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    The seal also means the sump off and a multi step process using a special jig to install and align the seal which is also the crank speed sensor ring.

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