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oil leak ???

I'm doing some minor repairs(gaskets, broken exhaust studs ect...) on my 2000 trailhead ranger. My question is when I pulled 2 bolts from the drivers side exhaust manifold I had a fair amount of oil come out of the bolt holes. Is this normal? Are those two bolts pluging axcess to oil galleys?


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Just curious.. what engine type are you running?
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Oh sorry should have listed it , 3.0


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