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Join Date: Aug 1998
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Leaking Oil Cooler

The local Porsche dealer has diagnosed my oil leak on my 1974 2.0 as coming from a leaking oil cooler. My question is, can this be changed without pulling oout the motor? If the motor must be pulled, what else should I do ( such as clutch, etc.) on a car with 150,000 miles? Thanks in advance for good accurate information as always!
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My money would be on the oil cooler seals instead of the cooler itself. It is possible to change the seals without pulling the engine, but it is a nasty job. To change the cooler, you need to pull the front blower housing, which I have never done with the engine in the car. Also check the oil pressure sender located just above the cooler (on topside, next to the distributer). they are also a likey source of errant oil and an easy fix.


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