Q: Possible cause: loss of oil consistently whether driving or not ( puddle if the vehicle has sat thru weekend)

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Possible cause: loss of oil consistently whether driving or not ( puddle if the vehicle has sat thru weekend). Gradually getting worse. Appears to come from bottom, but can not see above block.

My car has 189400 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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