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  1. The newly rebuilt engine has been leaking too much oil, even for a Land Rover : ). The engine is a 12J from an ex MOD Defender. I thought that it might be the rear crankshaft seal. I cleaned off the engine and disconnected the crankcase ventilation hose from the oil filler cap. I let the engine warm up and tightened up the three nuts holding the valve cover, using copper or Al crush washers. After ~20 minutes of idling, no leaks! I reattached the hoses and went for a 10 minute drive and was met with the leakage pictured on return. I checked the hoses and there are no blockages a
  2. The newly rebuilt engine has been leaking too much oil, even for a Land Rover : ). I thought that it might be the rear crankshaft seal. I cleaned off the engine and disconnected the crankcase ventilation hose from the oil filler cap. I let the engine warm up and tightened up the three nuts holding the valve cover, using copper or Al crush washers. After ~20 minutes of idling, no leaks! I reattached the hoses and went for a 10 minute drive and was met with the leakage pictured on return. I checked the hoses and there are no blockages and the cyclone breather was ok when I put it
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