Q: Car has oil leak around middle of engine

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My car has an oil leak around the middle of the engine.

Hi there. An oil leak can be a very frustrating ordeal to go through. There are Many types of oils in your vehicle including, engine oil, power steering fluid, transmission fluid, and also coolant. To ensure proper diagnosis, I would have your leak located and repaired in person by a certified mechanic.

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