Question about Saturn SL1
Posted by Anonymous on
First, make sure the car is actually leaking oil.
park the car on a clean part of driveway overnight and see if there are any new oil spots in the morning.
the only way to tell exactly where a leak is coming from is to steam clean the underneath of the car and look to see exactly where the oil is coming from.
you do this to find where the leak is, then you try to work out the best way to fix it.
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