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New oil pan and gasket put in last year this year oil is be blowing up from oil pan is this possible.

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Anything is possible, the gasket could have been improperly installed or maybe the part was low quality. Clean off the bottom of engine and make sure that is where the leak is before jumping to conclusions though.

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