I bought an M5 that had sat a couple years that had antifreeze in the oil. I took out the oil filter canister, as I could on that pan, and looked up towards the water pump. I saw a little trail through the oil, so assumed the antifreeze was coming from the water pump. I think I just opened the weep hole and greased it and havent had a problem since. Point being, if you can take off one of the covers on the side of the crankcase you may, may be able to see where it is coming from. Not real familiar on the seals on those, possibly might be coming from there. I know the ZAs had to wear in place a little before they sealed but they leaked externally.
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