also the passenger side
real bad oil leak put a quart of oil every day it is all over the front engine on 1995 Ford Ranger
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TOMIKO REALLY? CLEAN ENG THEN ADD OIL LEAK DYE AND DRIVE THEN LOOK FOR LEAK SOURCE
Explain to her that the timing cover on this vehicle does NOT have any oil, it is just a dust cover to protect the timing belt.
This is a 3.0 pushrod eng. that does not have a timing belt but does have a timing chain!!!!
thanks i think its the crankshaft seal
maybe your timing cover is leaky
possible crank seal leaking or oil pan gasket leaking, there is NO way the timing cover can leak oil, it does not have any oil!
thanks I am thinking the same thing putting in shop Monday morning a $10 part plays a major roll in every day travel