make u a suggestion, only cost about $10 and worth a try. done it many times over the years for oil leaks. can last quite a while to permanetly if done right. superglue it, get a bottle of locktite professional superglue, blue bottle home depot carries it. this brand only. get a can of starting fluid or lacquer thinner, they contain no oils at all, and some large q tips. if u can access the leaking area, clean it perfectly clean and oil free at the rubber gasket, use a rag on finger with solvent. key is getting it clean. solvent will flash dry quickly. apply super glue on q tip until saturated and wipe the leak area with a cple of wet strokes covering the mating surfaces at rubber gasket is sufficient. little is better. cotton q tip and superglue react very quickly to harden so position yourself to wet and swab quickly. lowtech, sounds like bs, but generally effective fix for many small leaks. member on here had oil leak with pics at left corner of engine where engine cases mate. tried this, last response with pics, 2k and still dry.