What will make oil pour out of vehicle after cranking it up first thing in the morning

Asked by Nov 28, 2013 at 09:10 AM about the Volkswagen Beetle

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Sounds like you have some seals gone bad but it can be almost any thing causing the leak. And to be sure you must locate the leak. Sometimes a small inspection mirror will help when looking all around an engine. I advise not to drive it if oil is pouring out of it. Have someone give it a good inspection. It very well could be a simple fix(if you lucky)

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