Yep, this is a common-ish leak that the 3.6 develops. Not just on wranglers, but in all versions of the engine. When I had a jeep with this engine, I used a video from a charger to diagnose it.Take the cover off the top of the engine and look down beside the oil filter housing. You may need a light. If there is oil there it is leaking down the valley and around and down the bellhousing. I just recieved my dorman aluminum upgraded housing and plan on installing it soon on my wifes 2014 JKU sahara.
So the oil cooler (oil filter housing) was leaking? We are doing our best to help and the pictures really help, but there are very specific conditions that would require replacing the oil cooler. You see a lot about it here, but it is not always the solution.Update Mopar oil filter housing has been replaced and still freaking leaking. Im losing hope
That is correct rear main seal & oil filter housing both replaced. The JK is about to hit 90k miles it’s a 2016 automatic