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:bier: Konstantin.. and all the other V11 folks.

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Konstantin,

 If you have oil leaking between the cyl head and cylinder , it is an o-ring below the rocker arm pivot that is leaking..... You do not need to do all the work you are planning.

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I have a leak with sump gasket, the left cylinder head (it fell on the left side, I am afraid that the cylinder was deformed) and probably transmission gasket.

21439 km were passed by the engine if certainly didn't change

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I have looked at the area you are describing in the picture. Yes , it will be the o-ring I described. Do you have a parts diagram to look at ? You may have gotten them in the parts order you got.  

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I have Parts List if you tell me part number (code) I I think I will understand about what speech. 

I didn't order this o-ring

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I do not have a parts catalogue or part # in front of me. The shop manual shows these located  below the rocker arm assembly. There are 4 total for each side. These become brittle with age and need to be replaced. You do not need to remove the cylinder head to repair this leak. 

 Do you have a service manual ?

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Chuck,

 

Good one hooking up a brother. :bier:

It wasn't just me. Roy, Jason, and maybe someone else? was involved..

Chuck

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Hi, coming back to the voltage.

 

I did some measurement earlier last year, and this is what I measured at the battery's "PLUS 12V" after i had (1) cleaned and (2) tightened all connectors along the way:

alternator > regulator > battery

...13,35 V ... before start

...13,75 V ... idle 1,100 rpm

...13,78 V ... idle 1,100 rpm , with lights on

...13,92 V ... 4,000 rpm

...14,36 V ... 5,000 rpm . with lights on

 

Happy new year -M-

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