Q: I have a 1994 mitsubishi dimante i was driving and it started to overheat i pulled over and it started smoking and i can see oil l

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I have a 1994 mitsubishi dimante i was driving and it started to overheat i pulled over and it started smoking and i can see oil leaking all over the ground from somewhere in the engine what could it be? A blown headgasket? It seems oils is leaking from the top of the engine and bottom!

My car has 164000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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