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I posted a while back about a small oil leak and have been working on taking care of it for a while now. While I know where the leak is coming from I have been unable in several attempts to fix it satisfactory to me! I have resorted to getting the grommet in as best I can and sealing it with rtv but I am not happy with the results. Does anyone have suggestions to fix this and for me make it look good!?!? Pics appreciated I'm a visual guy
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I posted a while back about a small oil leak and have been working on taking care of it for a while now. While I know where the leak is coming from I have been unable in several attempts to fix it satisfactory to me! I have resorted to getting the grommet in as best I can and sealing it with rtv but I am not happy with the results. Does anyone have suggestions to fix this and for me make it look good!?!? Pics appreciated I'm a visual guy
Let me know what you find... 6 stators now and we did the stator plate mod. We never took the side cover off so we had to cut the grommet out. I used black max oil RTV and put my dinger in thru the oil fill cap and then fileld against my finger and let it dry. I then drilled a small hole thru it and put a straw thru that... and pulled the wires through and then removed the straw... It holds lol but it doesnt look the best. Let me know what you find out though as Im done with having to seal so many times.
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I posted a while back about a small oil leak and have been working on taking care of it for a while now. While I know where the leak is coming from I have been unable in several attempts to fix it satisfactory to me! I have resorted to getting the grommet in as best I can and sealing it with rtv but I am not happy with the results. Does anyone have suggestions to fix this and for me make it look good!?!? Pics appreciated I'm a visual guy
when I did the stator plate mod, I used JB weld to weld the hole closed, then redrilled the holes to allow the wires to pass through. filled the wire holes with these Delphi Wire Connector Inulators.

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