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Car stalled and oil poured out the bottom

It made a noise and the motor stalled and oil poured out the bottom but it still started afterwards but we left it and didnt run it any more

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Tmax is totally correct,but it could be other things like oil light switch,turbo feed pipe,oil cooler pipe burst anything call a garage because if you bodge it and then you blow engine up my name will mud

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You probably cracked the block or punctured the oil pan if it was a rattling kinda noise (cracked block) one loud thump or slap probably the pan

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