Thanks, I will get another seal. I assume that the plate is thick enough to hold two seals. I hope that is where all of the oil is comming from. I have lost contact with Bob/Ont. Is he still active on the forum? I had another posting on a water leak. Do you have any advice on fixing the water leak between the timing gear cover and the head?
Re: D3B Oil Leak in reply to G B Johnson, 05-27-2012 08:09:26
Bob responded to you above in another post. Yes, the cover will hold two seals. You have to get the seal from Cat and if I remember they're about $9 each. Bob is the best one to talk to though. The place that rebuilt my engine told me I need to have the injection pump rebuilt because of the oil leak on the throttle shaft. Good thing I asked and Bob responded. He's been a great help with my Cat.
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