What guy? Am I it? I am a nice guy LOL
Well I hope it works, it would be a $2 fix
, I figure I got nothing to loose. It says it bond with Aluminum, and it resist temperature up to 500 degrees F.
I've drained all the oil, cleaned the hole from the inside with some brake cleaner, let dry over night. In the morning I got a paper towel, and tried to clean the inside of the tank from the oil drained plug. Cleaned the area outside the tank, where the crack was, and applied some J-B weld. I should be able to put oil back in my car tomorrow morning, and hopefully I'll have no more leaks….
This is from J-B weld site
Tensile Strength: 3960
Flex Strength: 7320
Tensile Lap Shear: 1040
Resistant to: 500° F
Mechanics -- you can use J-B WELD with confidence. It is designed for safe, reliable, permanent repairs in engine compartments and heated environments up to 500° F. It's strong as steel and impervious to water, gasoline, chemicals, and acids. Working with J-B WELD is quick, easy, and convenient -- and saves you time, work, and money!