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|Rob||I have a LX178 John Deere with a Kawasaki water cooled twin cylinder engine that has developed a severe oil leak. It looks like its coming from the crank seal but I have not removed the engine to confirm. Any ideas would help.
|ross||Either the crankseal or the crankcase cover gasket.
|Jerry||I have just had the same problem on a GX 345, 20 HP WC engine. I replaced the crankcase seal and the breather cover gasket. Still have the leak. I think the crankcase is pressuring up and pushing oil out the crankcase seal. How does the engine breathe? Will the crankcase pressure up?
Need any and all help. Thanks
i have the same engine in a lx178 that i am parting out, if you need a good engine,let me know, thanks