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Oil leak - what's the name of this part?


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Hey all

While on the lift in the garage, I saw this leak from an aft engine oil connector. What the name of it? I guess I'll need a seal replacement but I want to see an exploded view diagram before taking it apart...

Will it be easier during an upcoming oil change?

 

Thanks in advance

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If plastic part could be the oil separator, oil breather    

Wow I think you're right I was looking at that diagram and got the perspective wrong - thought it was depicted much higher I'm checking some photos on google and matching it  

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John Humphries

"Your Mastermind specialist subject is identifying parts of Polo engines 1975 to 2021. You have 2 minutes starting now." 

 

Maybe you could look on 7zap and go by model year. The corrugated hose/cable cover looks like this millenium to me.

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The first part missed me completely. I guess I have to be in the UK for that?

 

I do apologize though I thought I gave the model in my message. my bad.

It's a 1999 Mk3 1.6 AEE engine

 

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Sorry, John Humphries is quiz show master for TV programme Mastermind.

 

AEE narrows the search 1999 even better. And I'm wrong it IS last millennium.

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If plastic part could be the

oil separator, oil breather

 

 

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4 minutes ago, dvderlm said:

If plastic part could be the

oil separator, oil breather

 

Wow I think you're right

I was looking at that diagram and got the perspective wrong - thought it was depicted much higher

I'm checking some photos on google and matching it

 

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