Long time reader, first time complainer. My wife has a 2014 Cruze (1.4 turbo) with 57k miles. It was serviced by the local GM dealer for a cracked coolant tube that began the day of an oil change. They pressure checked the system, replaced the cracked tube and associated hose. We found it quickly since the car is garage kept so no damage was caused. 2 weeks later we've got oil in some odd places. We took a 30 minute drive down the interstate a week ago and noticed a burning oil smell in the vents. Sure enough there was a small amount of oil that got on the exhaust manifold and was circulating into the air inlet. Here's where things get interesting, the spray radiates across the hood liner in such a way that its hard to tell where it comes from (directly above the valve cover, not around it). There's oil around the valve cover gasket and some on the coolant tubes. Not dripped, but sprayed. I thought maybe the fan was responsible but no oil was anywhere near belts or fans, but wind gusts on the interstate may account for the distribution. Maybe I'm overthinking it, and I should just replace the valve cover gasket. Anyone have suggestions before I pull the trigger?