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Mazda 6: oil change..oil pan..Have 91,000 miles.Opinion?..mileage

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took Mazda 6 (2004 model, s) for oil change; dealer found leaking from oil pan and seal. Have 91,000 miles.

Opinion? Normal wear and tear given age and mileage? range of estimated costs of repair -- parts and labor?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Chris replied 4 years ago.

jeep10000 :

It is not abnormal for an oil pan gasket/seal to leak at that mileage. This can happen on any make and model vehicle. The heating and cooling of the engine will cause parts to expand and contract which will eventually cause a gasket to start leaking a bit. This should run you around $500.00 parts and labor to reseal the pan. Chris

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