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Hi, I have a very annoying leak and just can’t find where it’s coming from. It’s dripping from the oil temperature sensor. Obviously it’s not coming from there, but that’s where it’s located, and around the sump. I’ve replaced the water pump as thought it was coming from there, but it still drips. Checked all the pipes coming from the expansion tank, all in good order. Any ideas would be very welcomed
 

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Hi, I had the same issues and mine was leaking from the thermostat housing/coolant rail. Replaced the housing and all is sorted
 

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I had the same problem late last year, and after a search using a mirror on a flexible arm, and a torch, I found an external head gasket leak by the cambelt end of the exhaust manifold.
 

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Hi, I have a very annoying leak and just can’t find where it’s coming from. It’s dripping from the oil temperature sensor. Obviously it’s not coming from there, but that’s where it’s located, and around the sump. I’ve replaced the water pump as thought it was coming from there, but it still drips. Checked all the pipes coming from the expansion tank, all in good order. Any ideas would be very welcomed
I had stainless steel coolant pipes and they leaked at the brackets where welded to the pipes took a while to find. Got new pipes then all ok
 

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I had the same problem late last year, and after a search using a mirror on a flexible arm, and a torch, I found an external head gasket leak by the cambelt end of the exhaust manifold.
Snap.

I had this same issue, 4K miles after the HG was replaced.
 
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