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93 explorer dripping oil over night from bottom of car

93 explorer xlt 4,0 dripping oil on concrete. looks like the oil pan is wet with drips hanging from pan. no oil spills in engine all from the bottom

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Clean the srea and watch, tracing back to the source. The oil can leak from the front seal, rear main seal,Pan gaske, or come from the top of engine. Chances are greater it's coming from the front because of fan draft. good luck

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