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I'm changing spark plugs today. When I removed the engine cover I find oil on top of the manifold.

How could this happen?

Ignore the fuel stain on the rail. I did that when I moved the fuel line for better access to the plugs there.
 

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Hmmm, that is weird. Do you see any oil on the under side of the engine cover?


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I checked. No oil on the underside of the engine cover. The timing chain recall requires an oil change so I wonder if it was just spilled?

I'm baffled.
 

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I checked. No oil on the underside of the engine cover. The timing chain recall requires an oil change so I wonder if it was just spilled?

I'm baffled.
Happened to me a few years ago.Noticed oil on the manifold about a week after an oil change.Wiped it off and continued to drive checking to see if oil had returned.Also checked the oil level daily for a week straight.

No oil reappeared on manifold and no oil level loss,...concluded that it was an oil spill,...all has been good since then.
 
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