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Does it look like its coming from behind the timing cover?
Take a look at this exploded view of the engine. Is it coming from # XXXXX the oil pump housing?
Yes 39 is the gasket. The filter adapter is part of the oil pump housing.The oil pump can be removed with the engine in the car. You have to remove the oil pan. Timing belt and rear cover then the pump. But before you do that, pull the upper timing cover and check the cam seals. They could be leaking in behind the timing cover and running down. But if you need to pull the pump i can upload all the info you need.
If its ok with you i will have everything for you by 11:30PM EST
Here ya go, a few min late.
Timing Belt Removal and Installation Removal
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