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Old 04-03-2005, 13:02   #1 (permalink)
johnty
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oil leak after new cambelt 200Tdi

Hi guys

Im asking for a friend (said i would lok into it).

He recently had a new cambelt (200Tdi disco 1) and since then seems to have
sprung a new oil leak.

Now it looks to be coming from somewhere at the top of the timing case, im
going to clean it off and give it a proper look later in the week, but was
wondering if there was any kind of oil seal/gasket that gets disturbed when
you do the cambelt on one of these ?

Thanks all

johnty


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Old 04-04-2005, 03:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: oil leak after new cambelt 200Tdi

In message <OK-dnYawMIyRsM3fRVnysg@pipex.net>
"johnty" <kaptin_k@NOSPAMbtinternet.com> wrote:

> Hi guys
>
> Im asking for a friend (said i would lok into it).
>
> He recently had a new cambelt (200Tdi disco 1) and since then seems to have
> sprung a new oil leak.
>
> Now it looks to be coming from somewhere at the top of the timing case, im
> going to clean it off and give it a proper look later in the week, but was
> wondering if there was any kind of oil seal/gasket that gets disturbed when
> you do the cambelt on one of these ?
>
> Thanks all
>
> johnty
>
>


No oil seals should have been disturbed changing the belt,
only the dust seal on the crankshaft - there shouldn't be
any oil behind that!

It might be a good idea to check the oil level as a starting
point.

Richard
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