Oil leaks on a 5.7L hemi
Just discovered that I have an oil leak. The oil pan is wet with oil and if the jeep sits long enough I see spots on the ground. I haven't dove into investigating it yet. I'm just curious if anyone with the hemi has had an oil leak and where the leak was. I know if its the oil pan or timing cover it will cost a fortune to get it fixed.
1994 YJ (no longer own
2000 Grand Cherokee WJ (no longer own)
2011 Grand Cherokee WK2
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Some here found that tightened up the oil pan bolts a bit can stop oil pan gasket leaks.. but you may want to verify what kind of fluid it is before going too far.
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Current: 2011 Grand Cherokee Overland V8, 2009 Liberty Rocky Mt V6
Previous: 2000 Grand Cherokee Laredo I6, 1979 CJ7 I6 Quadratrac
Happened on my 2017 - I can't remember exactly what the fix was but I took it to the dealer and they said "yeah, we get quite a few of these with the hemi - it's a simple XX" and then they fixed it - took no time and was almost no money.
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Originally Posted by metalhead View Post
We are certainly sorry to hear about your recent oil leak. We understand your hesitation in visiting the dealer, however, we do recommend reaching out to them as they are in the best position to assist. If you decide to go this route, please know our team is available if any additional assistance is needed throughout that process.
Originally Posted by kga1978 View Post
Originally Posted by Fast55 View Post
We are happy to hear your dealers were able to resolve your oil leak concerns. If you have any questions or concerns in the future, please know our team is available.
Iíve had a leak from what I believe is the oil pan gasket. Iíve tried once tightening the bolts, but it recently has become worse. Yesterday I tried again and this time removed the aluminum stiffener that prevents access to the rear bolts. Time will tell if it works, underside of car is a mess, but really itís not dropping the level over oil change intervals.
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