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Q: Oil pan came off

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My oil pan may have come off. I looked under the engine and could see that all of the oil had come out.

A: It is highly unlikely that your oil pan cam...

It is highly unlikely that your oil pan came off. It is possible that it may have a hole in it due to some road debris, or perhaps the oil filter may have come loose slightly causing oil to leak out. I would have a qualified mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, locate and repair your oil leak.

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