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Old 04-05-2011, 06:51 PM   #1
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I have a 91 G9 that has a loose oil pipe oem part number J38-15112-00-00. my question is what is suppost to hold it to the engine block is there a seal on the bottom of the pipe? It does'nt seem to be leaking I just did'nt know if that was the way it was suppost to be. if anyone has any ideas let me knoe
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Old 04-05-2011, 07:11 PM   #2
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I have a 91 G9 that has a loose oil pipe oem part number J38-15112-00-00. my question is what is suppost to hold it to the engine block is there a seal on the bottom of the pipe? It does'nt seem to be leaking I just did'nt know if that was the way it was suppost to be. if anyone has any ideas let me knoe
That oil filler tube is just a "press" in fit.
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thanks for the reply I am just worried it will vibrate loose
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thanks for the reply I am just worried it will vibrate loose
Maybe you could pull it out, use a center punch and "dimple" the part that fits into the engine block, then use some "loctite" to help seal it back in. Or buy a new one?
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