Originally Posted by motojcf27
Dude you need to remove the timing belt cover and inspect the shaft seals, there are about half a dozen seals under there.
Behind the upper timing belt cover, really, what are they then??
The camshaft seal is the only seal that would fail and leak oil.
I can say in my experience I have never had a head gasket being the cause of oil leaking in this location.
It can be difficult to determine if it is a leaking camshaft seal however.
The camshaft seal is actually behind two timing belt covers, the inner and outer, and the camshaft gear itself.