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Old 12-31-2019, 12:50 AM   #15
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I checked around the block plate on my car with a bright flashlight and rag and Iím not seeing any oil leaking, so I guess itís fine?! I thought I saw a couple drops of oil in my garage but it might have been some muddy water. It rained here on Saturday. Iím going to keep an eye (maybe both eyes) on it though. I can see how oil could drip right on the exhaust.


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Never even knew this was a thing - October 2013 build here and never had so much as a drop of oil leaking anywhere.
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Never even knew this was a thing - October 2013 build here and never had so much as a drop of oil leaking anywhere.


It doesnít seem to be that widespread of a problem, but itís worth to check once in a while. You will see how easily oil could drip on the exhaust. The good thing is itís usually a very slow leak, so itís easy to catch in time.


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