Q: yesterday I was driving and losing oil like crazy. I had it checked and it was determined that my oil pressure sensor or switch is

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I was losing oil like crazy... It was leaking out rapidly and blowing back all over the engine... It looked to be coming from by the pulley. please help

My car has 178118 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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