Q: Oil leak underneath car

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I have an oil leak underneath my car, though I don't know where it is coming from.

Hello, an oil leak should be repaired so the engine maintains a proper level to avoid any serious internal engine damage. Since you are unable to pinpoint the leak, it would be best for you to get the aid of a mechanic who can locate and repair any leaks for you. They will be able to get you safely back on the road.

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