Question about 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier
"possibly" front seal(crankshaft) if it's from lower pulley where timing mark is; you sure it's not dripping from valve cover?,oil breather cap?,etc.,running down to lowest part of engine??; I would steam clean entire engine,then run it for a little while then start checking for leaks.....starting from top part of engine as fluids run """downhill""...ha,ha. Hope this helps.
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