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    You might need to replace the o-rings.
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    Yep i agree, these look to the right ones:

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    Yes, LYX000090 - (RING 14 X 2)

    You might get 14x2 at an auto parts, bearing shop, or hydraulic hose shop.
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    I believe that's a fairly common leak in BMW's with this motor... I'm pretty sure I've got a bit of a leak in the same spot and it needs o-rings and I believe it's bit of a pain to do

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    Still chasing an oil leak - oil connection flange on block - Xoutpost.com


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    These should help.

    I've got to spray mine with degreaser to try and find where it's coming from, I think my biggest leak is the top timing chain cover, as I park on a slope, probably not helping at all... I've got a little bit of oil dropping onto the drive belt...

    When I do an oil change I'll try and find it...

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    I will have to check mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NUTTTR View Post
    Still chasing an oil leak - oil connection flange on block - Xoutpost.com


    fullfatrr.com - View topic - Oil Leak - M62 4.4 V8 remote oil filter hose removal, How ?


    These should help.

    I've got to spray mine with degreaser to try and find where it's coming from, I think my biggest leak is the top timing chain cover, as I park on a slope, probably not helping at all... I've got a little bit of oil dropping onto the drive belt...

    When I do an oil change I'll try and find it...

    Thanks for the info, have been checking out the bimmer forums about the leak. Have cleaned the part and ill wait till it reappears and replace next oil change which is in about 1000km.
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