Oil leak help

Oil leak help

Postby loganlexow [OP] » May 17th 2019, 5:51pm

Alright, I feel like this is going to be a stupid question, but I have to ask. I've been a motorcycle mechanic for years, and I've done all my own car maintenance. I'm competent with a wrench in my hand. Admittedly, I've never done an intake manifold on an American V style engine. So, when I did the deed on my Smashtro van (actually a Safari), imagine my surprise when it sprays oil from the top and rear of the engine after doing the manifold, oil pan gaskets, valve covers, spider injector. The pan is sealed very well. I used the good Fel-Pro intake gaskets. I used a quality gasket sealer on the pertinent areas. I cannot for the life of me find exactly where it sprays oil. And it seems to be when it's hot and higher-than-idle RPM's. Has anyone run into this? Can anyone point me in a direction to look? I need and miss my van. Attached are pics from the top rear of the engine. And the bottom rear. It's hard to tell in the bottom engine pic, but the oil is streaming down over the starter housing. From the top it's hard to tell because I wasn't able to clean that area of the gunk buildup, but there's a little bit of fresh oil. Once, or if the corner of my eye, I thought I saw a bubble come from the rear of the manifold. However, when focused on the area I never saw it again, so I'm thinking it was a trick of the flashlight. The van had been down for over 6 weeks now between time, money, and shipping. Dear gawd, someone help lol. I also posted this on a Facebook group just in case someone sees a duplicate request for help.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Captn.Crunch » May 17th 2019, 7:02pm

Sorry to hear of your troubles. Nothing worse than doing all that work only to find out you’re not done. Making sure gaskets don’t shift as you reassemble is important obviously. Valve cover gaskets were always the worst for me. Sorry to say you are looking at taking things back apart and finding what slipped. Run it with the doghouse engine cover off. If it’s the valve covers of the rear seal on the intake you should be able to spot it. Airflow from the fan can make spotting a leak on the front of the engine tough as it blows the oil towards the rear. Make sure the gasket surfaces of the valve covers are flat and not distorted from being over torqued.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby loganlexow [OP] » May 17th 2019, 7:18pm

Captn.Crunch wrote:Sorry to hear of your troubles. Nothing worse than doing all that work only to find out you’re not done. Making sure gaskets don’t shift as you reassemble is important obviously. Valve cover gaskets were always the worst for me. Sorry to say you are looking at taking things back apart and finding what slipped. Run it with the doghouse engine cover off. If it’s the valve covers of the rear seal on the intake you should be able to spot it. Airflow from the fan can make spotting a leak on the front of the engine tough as it blows the oil towards the rear. Make sure the gasket surfaces of the valve covers are flat and not distorted from being over torqued.

Thank you for your response. I have the doghouse of and ran it. There's no fresh oil from the front of the valve covers. I've looked for pinched and shifted gaskets but can't see anything. The one thought I have is at the rear of the intake manifold I used a different type of sealant that the black goop. I laid a good bit of sealant on both the block and manifold after cleaning both surfaces. Maybe it needs a thicker layer? I'm used to tighter tolerances.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Captn.Crunch » May 17th 2019, 8:59pm

You can warm up the engine and re-torque everything. Maybe you’ll get lucky
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby loganlexow [OP] » May 17th 2019, 9:17pm

Well, that's an option I didn't think of! I will see if I get lucky re-torquing things. If this doesn't work, what's the groups consensus on reusing the new bolts that I already used? I am thinking I will just buy a new intake gasket, but the bolts were new when I put them in. Should I buy another new bolt set or can I get away with reusing the bolts since they are new?
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby chevymaher » May 17th 2019, 9:45pm

The part in the middle that only has ultra black sealer and no gasket. If you drove it without letting it cure 2 days when you put it together. That is where it is leaking.

Clean it real good with brake cleaner. Paint it on with a Popsicle stick thick. let it sit 3 days. It wont leak.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby loganlexow [OP] » May 17th 2019, 9:49pm

chevymaher wrote:The part in the middle that only has ultra black sealer and no gasket. If you drove it without letting it cure 2 days when you put it together. That is where it is leaking.

Clean it real good with brake cleaner. Paint it on with a Popsicle stick thick. let it sit 3 days. It wont leak.

And this is the part that I have been wondering about. I put it on thicker than I would normally, but not as thick as you are saying. I did let it cure for a few days though. I am starting to see a redo in my future.......... :banghead:
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby chevymaher » May 17th 2019, 9:51pm

yep intake slides around going on and instant not sealing.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby MechBob » May 17th 2019, 10:18pm

If it is rear bottom of intake,you can spray off with brake cleaner,cut it back a bit with razor blade,and put a bead of sealer there. Has been done many times before. Cleanliness and top quality sealer is the key.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby loganlexow [OP] » May 17th 2019, 11:24pm

Alright, I ordered another gasket set. It won't be here until Monday, and I have to work all week. I'll update this thread when I get it back together.

I really need to say THANK YOU to all who chimed in to help a lurker. I miss my van. He's become part of the family.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Bossman » May 17th 2019, 11:29pm

You mentioned that it 'sprays' oil. Does it actually squirt out of there?
If so I would look at the oil pressure sender. It sits next to the rear of the intake, to the left side of the distributor.
The sender and it's fittings have been known to leak.

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Re: Oil leak help

Postby MechBob » May 17th 2019, 11:31pm

If you have doubts about where the leak is,(being a mechanic,I am a believer in verifying the problem, not throwing parts at it), you usually can buy some UV oil dye, and a cheap UV "blacklight" and do some testing.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby loganlexow [OP] » May 17th 2019, 11:38pm

I'm not a fan of throwing parts at it either. However, the probability of it being the intake vs some other item that I didn't touch is too high. It's not leaking from any of the other items I touched/replaced. In the plus side, I'll have time to clean up the area and test again. If it turns out to be something else, I can either keep the gaskets as spares or return them. No big deal
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Astrofarian » May 18th 2019, 2:32am

loganlexow wrote:……………………………
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I really need to say THANK YOU to all who chimed in to help a lurker. I miss my van. He's become part of the family.


You're only a "lurker" until you start posting. Then, you're one of US!


I would also take a close look at the distributor gasket and body.....

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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Captn.Crunch » May 18th 2019, 3:14am

loganlexow wrote:Well, that's an option I didn't think of! I will see if I get lucky re-torquing things. If this doesn't work, what's the groups consensus on reusing the new bolts that I already used? I am thinking I will just buy a new intake gasket, but the bolts were new when I put them in. Should I buy another new bolt set or can I get away with reusing the bolts since they are new?


You can re-use bolts. New bolts will stretch and need to re-torqued after the engine has gone through a couple of heat cycles
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby loganlexow [OP] » May 18th 2019, 3:25am

Captn.Crunch wrote:
loganlexow wrote:Well, that's an option I didn't think of! I will see if I get lucky re-torquing things. If this doesn't work, what's the groups consensus on reusing the new bolts that I already used? I am thinking I will just buy a new intake gasket, but the bolts were new when I put them in. Should I buy another new bolt set or can I get away with reusing the bolts since they are new?


You can re-use bolts. New bolts will stretch and need to re-torqued after the engine has gone through a couple of heat cycles

Well, that's good because I only bought the gaskets. I figure they are brand new with only two heat cycles on them. No worries.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby MechBob » May 18th 2019, 4:47am

"You can re-use bolts. New bolts will stretch and need to re-torqued after the engine has gone through a couple of heat cycles" You and I agree on most things,but her i disagree.If TTS bolts were the "cats meow",All vehicles would be required to return to the dealership,for disassembly and re torque.Stretch bolts came about partiality to compensate the aluminum head movement,on cast iron blocks, back in the 1970's.Then,they progressed it forwards,for piston rod connection bolts, and into crankshaft bolts.Do they promote longer engine life? We probably shall never know.I was a big fan of this technology,for some years,until never saw actual results.Allowing the aluminum cylinder head flex/move across the cast iron block did not improve life expectancy.TTY stretch bolts on the connecting rods have not proved useful,Looks good on paper,but fails in the real world.Cast iron block,use solid fasteners.Aluminum to aluminum,different story.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby gengomepyle » July 3rd 2019, 4:23pm

loganlexow wrote:
chevymaher wrote:The part in the middle that only has ultra black sealer and no gasket. If you drove it without letting it cure 2 days when you put it together. That is where it is leaking.

Clean it real good with brake cleaner. Paint it on with a Popsicle stick thick. let it sit 3 days. It wont leak.

And this is the part that I have been wondering about. I put it on thicker than I would normally, but not as thick as you are saying. I did let it cure for a few days though. I am starting to see a redo in my future.......... :banghead:

well if you are talking about the big black plenum thing in the middle, it does have a rubber seal. I just had to replace the lower intake gasket on my 03 and I also replaced the plenum seal.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby gengomepyle » July 3rd 2019, 4:26pm

make sure your oil sending switch isn't leaking. that's the long black thing under the distributor. mine was leaking when I bought the van. very easy fix if that is what is causing it.
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Re: Oil leak help

Postby Leeann_93 » July 4th 2019, 5:11pm

gengomepyle wrote:well if you are talking about the big black plenum thing in the middle, it does have a rubber seal. I just had to replace the lower intake gasket on my 03 and I also replaced the plenum seal.



They were not talking about the plenum cover. They are talking about the middle bit under the intake manifold where the gaskets don't cover. That's where the RTV goes.
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