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The oil dumping out of the engine

I put the car in reverse and noticed all the oil dumped out of the engine

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I believe you could have blown a seal on the oil pan or a gasket you should find out there the oil is coming out of for a better awnser

Posted on Dec 02, 2014

Testimonial: "it seemed to be coming from the back center region of the engine. it wasnt leaking from the bottom of the engine though it was coming from a little further up inside the engine. i believe i saw some type of bushings or bearings in the spot i think it was looking from."

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