So far I've had the oil pan retorqued, oil pan gasket replaced, and the rear main seal replaced because of an oil leak. It's now 1 week after replacing the rear main seal and I can still see oil starting to drip from the transmission bell housing and oil pan bolts...WTF?!?!
did a dealer do it? if so, take it back
are you sure it's engine oil and not something else?
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1974 Plymouth Duster, daily...
Have you checked the valve cover gaskets? I had one go bad on my jeep. The dealer thought it was the rear main and replaced it twice. The problem went away after the valve cover gaskets were replaced because of some other work that was done. The oil leaked into a small groove and made it hard to spot. I know a few others with Mopar V8s that have had simular experiences.
The rear main seal on a Hemi is very,very easy to mess up.
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It's under warranty for a couple more weeks so all of my work has been done at the dealership. I haven't checked the chemical breakdown of the substance, but I am pretty sure that it is oil. It is definately not transmission fluid or anti-freeze.