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1998 blazzer , lost oil pressure , and the oil all down the drivers side . looks like it came from the wheel well drivers side. i feel bad for the cars behind me in the rain .

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Never mind cars behind you, they can clean that, did you shut it down before it was too late? Get more oil in there and see where it's coming from, but don't run it so long you let oil get too low again, if it will run. If the leak is obvious, no need to run until fixed.

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