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Old 11-18-2019, 05:54 PM
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Originally Posted by 2016 4Runner SR5 View Post
Maybe a crap is the cheap plastic oil cap? There is an aluminum replacement that's well worth the $20 price tag.
I thought that might be it. Is there a way to check that or too difficult unless fully cleaned and maybe blowing air on it? Also, how could that happen? Too much pressure by a past person tightening it? I guess that would be me because it wasn't leaking before me.
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