Oil leakage in aircraft is a serious problem, especially in small aircraft from brands such as Piper, Diamond, Cirrus, Beechcraft, Cessna, or Mooney. These aircraft have the potential of facing engine failures, usually resulting from extensive wear and tear over time or misalignment when installed in the factory. The engine of a small aircraft is a delicate and vital part, and to avoid unwanted delays during take-off or landing, you should ensure the engine is regularly maintained to keep it running smoothly. The engines of these small aircraft are usually equipped with piston-driven powerplants which means that they operate through internal combustion. Moreover, a piston engine is used because it requires less space and provides more efficient performance when compared to larger turboprops or gas turbines. However, the design of lightweight pistons and valves can lead to potential spills and leaks during take-offs and landings.