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Our 2001 V6 9-5 smells like burning oil after it's been driven for a few miles, after cleaning the engine and poking around it looks like the biggest culprit is oil getting on the rear exhaust manifold. We did have a crank pressure issue that's been resolved (cleaned out the trap, new vacuum lines and check valve) but it looks like the valve cover gasket is leaking. Before I tear into that, from the pic is there any other source back there I should be looking at? I'm not really sure how the the whole EGR system plays into it, that pipe looks wet as well. Thanks for any input. I added a pic to my gallery of it and added the link here but the link isn't showing up I think.
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