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I'm looking at purchasing a '07 Boxster with about 70k km on it. She looks in good condition but the dealership inspection report noted that there was a "slight oil leak at bell housing". I've read in a couple places that this is often the RMS and that it can wait to be repaired until the clutch to replacing. If this is the case, is at a relatively non-issue (i.e. not a deal breaker)?

This car has a great price so I'd love to complete on it. I would take her for a full pre-purchase inspection at a Porsche specialist before completing the purchase. But should this oil leak cause me to move on right away?

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It is most likely either the RMS or the intermediate shaft seal. If it's just "weeping" it can probably wait a while, but if it's more than that it could contaminate the clutch.

I would probably insist that it be repaired before purchase.
 
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