Oil Leak under Car?

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If there is an oil spot under the car, the car may be leaking oil. To find a leak, get under the car or truck and look at the oil pan and surrounding areas with a flashlight. The oil leak should be visible. If it isn't, it could be a blown head gasket or other engine problem. One possible way to fix it is to change the oil gasket, and see if the leak is gone. If not, take the car to a mechanic to have it checked out.
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