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Old 09-12-2019, 03:55 PM
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thanks guys.

I'm thinking about not changing the pipe of the fittings in #1. I agree that oil blow off from the turbo won't pool oil onto the pan. It'll splatter on the underbelly cover. I wiped the belly cover's top side, and while it was greasy, it's dried oil, meaning it's not a significant leak. I'll just chalk this up as part of a turbo car ownership.

Regarding #2, if I'm pulling the sensor to get to the gasket, I'm dumping the entire 7.5 bottles of oil out of the pan. That's about $56 of oil. I feel like if it's truly the area of the leak, shouldn't I just change the sensor too?
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