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Re: Does Stop-leak additive really work? (archive)

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Posted by M3andM3 on January 20, 2002 at 21:40:23:

In Reply to: Does Stop-leak additive really work? posted by M3andM3 on January 20, 2002 at 17:40:44:

The oil leak could be from the rear main seal or
the upper oil pan seal. Somewhere in the middle of the engine and transmission. I already replaced the oil pressure sensor switch and lower oil pan seal. Yes, I am aware of the cooling system stop leak is bad for the S14. Thank you for reminding me about that. (Touch the wood,) I do not have problem with cooling system.
M3andM3


One guy tells that try stop leak stuff for the oil leak.
And other guy tells me it is harmful for the engine's longevity. What is your opinion? Any practical experience
on this matter will be greatly appreciated.
M3andM3





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