Oil leaking

Asked by Feb 22, 2017 at 11:49 AM about the 2003 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Changed the valve cover gasket Sunday put quart
of oil in on Monday and today Wednesday it is
already a quart low. There is a good amount of oil
on various arwas of the engine as well as some on
the ground under the car. What could be the
problem. 2003 toyota camry

3 Answers

72,225

Probably have an oil leak. Just have to look for it.

72,225

The oil pressure sensor is a good source to look for an oil leak.

6,765

Issues like this one is hard for us to diagnose since we can't see the engine. Best thing for u to do is to trace the leak. If u replaced valve cover gasket and problem's still there, look by oil filter, oil sending unit, oil pan and double check the valve cover gasket to make sure gasket didn't squeeze out if the cover

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