Q: ENGINE OIL IS LEAKING , WHAT COULD BE THE LIKELY PROBLEM?

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ENGINE OIL LEAKS . I HAVE A 2007 KIA SPORTAGE , 2.7L ENGINE.

My car has 118000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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