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    Default 2.0D Saloon Chamber got leaked again

    Salam guys,
    its been 7-8 months after engine rebuilt completely before engine use to blow and causing oil leakage from seals but after getting it rebuilt its chamber got leak again so i got it repaired from Toyota Jhelum it went well but again after 2-3 months it got leaked again so this time i went to local mechanic who did rebuilt and asked him to check he told me thats chamber leaking so i bought some red silicone(permatex) by help of a friend @fahad.ayub, he manages to send me those silicones and i handover to mechanic to use them, he followed proper procedure but after some days it got leak again so i am here to ask WHAT could be the problem causing leakage every time..
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    Check it's PCV valve (incase it has one)

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    I don't know about that
    Jidr tk mera khayal hai pcv valve kharab hnay se idling main issue aata hai but aisa koi issue nai
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    2c doesnt have pcv

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    2c doesnt have pcv
    whats the permanent solution?
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    Quote Originally Posted by raja20103 View Post
    whats the permanent solution?
    Is the surface of the block and the sump smooth??


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    Yes every time they cleaned it properly

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    Use grey silicone after a thorough cleaning and not this red one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spectra View Post
    Use grey silicone after a thorough cleaning and not this red one.

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    Have used both still of no use

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    Using silicone won't solve your problem.
    You need to use the correct sealent. Sir Xulfiqar used to tell about that.

    I think some threebond 1104 or 1215 sealent is to be used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hassantahir2 View Post
    Using silicone won't solve your problem.
    You need to use the correct sealent. Sir Xulfiqar used to tell about that.

    I think some threebond 1104 or 1215 sealent is to be used.

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    Sir @Xulfiqar please tell again

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    If I recall it right there should be a rubber gasket between sump and block you might have lost it

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    If I recall it right there should be a rubber gasket between sump and block you might have lost it
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    HAlp please its still not solved, i went to mechanic for inspection he told me that ur engine's main seal and oil pan in leak and asking 4k to fix and guarantee later on
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