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Where is the Audi 2002 A6 3.6 quattro crankshaft located

Oil leaking in small amounts on driveway, auto repaired for many other things but leak never mentioned

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Hello. I hate it when people never say the right things. I understand you completely! I'm on your side! The best thing to do is go back to who did the repairs and tell them what is going on with the car. Be strong and show them you are mad. Good Luck.

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Crankshaft is an internal engine part. The only leak associated with the crankshaft would be from the rear main seal or front main seal behind the crankshaft pulley. Definitely something you want a professional to take care of.

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