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I have a small slow slow oil leak, I need help to identify.

Attached to the oil pan/sump, is an oil line, (I believe drains to the oil pan)
It comes down, then a bolt (hollow with holes) bolts into the drain pan.

I believe at this connection its missing a brass ring that seals it, does anyone know the size of the brass ring, or what i can do to seal it up.

https://jlr.parts/product/oil-tube-lr052352/
This isnt for the L322, however on the left side of the pictures, is the same bolt/connection
 

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That pipe is the drain tube for the PCV system. The connection is a banjo bolt which should have a washer on both sides of the banjo bolt.

If you pull the banjo bolt it will be the same as taking out your oil pan drain plug - so be prepared or repair it when you do your oil change.

The part for a BMW car running that engine is 12x15,5 (size listed). Part number is 13821432344. Note this is for the BMW X5 M62 engine, but I assume the part is the same.

They are just copper washers - call the BMW dealer and pick them up there as shipping will kill you unless you are buying a few items. They are over $3.00 each - so maybe take the one you have or the banjo bolt itself and find something that will fit.
 

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I replied also in your other thread, but thought that posting the part numbers here could be useful also.
For the PCV/Oil Seperator return tube where it connects to the oil pan, the part numbers are:
Banjo Bolt: LYG000110
Crush Washers (2x): LYX000170
 
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