Oil droplets

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Patrick98
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Oil droplets

Post by Patrick98 » Sat Sep 15, 2018 12:08 pm

Hello.. I have found a bit of an issue on the right hand side of my 996.. I had her going one day and I felt a bit if a spot on my hand I looked and it was oil (light black).. I looked under the bonnent and seen a load of droplets of oil under the bonnent. Would would this be.. I have checked the engine oil and it seems to be the same level and also the radiator.. it's on the right hand side on the side where the air inlet is on.. anyone have a clue??

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Lofty
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Re: Oil droplets

Post by Lofty » Sat Sep 15, 2018 10:11 pm

It’s a bit hard to see from here. Might be easier to have a look yourself. Take the bonnet off and look for the forward-most, oiliest bit. The droplets will be blowing back from there. When you’ve found the suspect area, clean up, run the tractor and reinspect.

In my case the timing cover seal was leaking and the pulley was flinging oil out, to then be blown back over everything. I think this is a fairly common leak.

Patrick98
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Re: Oil droplets

Post by Patrick98 » Sat Sep 15, 2018 11:28 pm

Ok thank I was looking at it today I think it's a seal but having it checked out

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