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Q: Leaky oil valve

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I have an leaky oil valve in my car.

My guess is that you mean you have a leaking valve cover. This is a pretty straightforward repair that can be handled by a professional, such as one from YourMechanic. They can come to your home or office to inspect and repair the leak correctly so that you can get back on the road worry-free.

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