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Q: See oil leaking

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My car looks like it's leaking oil.

A: If the engine is leaking oil, then the oil ...

If the engine is leaking oil, then the oil leak would need to be located and identified before a repair is diagnosed. I recommend having a certified mechanic come to your home or office to determine the source of leak and make the needed repairs.

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