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I just did my timing belt, Changed the Crank Shaft Seal, Cam shaft seal. I didn't think/know to change my Oil Pump seals. So I'm going to get back in there and change them hoping that this will solve my Oil leak problem.

Should I go on and change the entire Oil Pump while I'm back in there or just do the seals?

If I just do the seals, do I have to remove the entire Oil Pan?

I can't believe I have to do this all over again..

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-Ben
 

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Forgot to Specify that my car is a 92' 2.2L 16V Camry...
 

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I understand how bad you feel!

A2brb said:
I can't believe I have to do this all over again..
I 100% understand you.

I think there is a o-ring in the oil pump which could be the leaking source. I don't think you need to drop the oil pan in order to do that, but you do need to redo the timing belt part.

Are you sure it's leaking from under the timing belt cover?
While you are removing/installing the seals for camshaft/crankshaft, have you gauged the shaft part? If you did, that will be the worst part.
 

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go get some tracer dye and add it to your oil. get a black light and look for leaks after running the engine for a while. I would not do everything over without finding the source of the leak first.
 
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