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Yesterday I hit somenting, and all the oil of my camaro 98 drained... how can i fix it.

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You need to jack up and put on jack stands. go under neath and look to see if it is oil filter, cooler or oil pan that is damaged. removed damaged part rreinstall new part and replace oil

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You probably put a hole in your oil pan. It has to be removed, cleaned, and patch the hole. Make sure you have a fresh gasket and silicone when you replace the pan. Your local auto parts store can give you some tips for the job.

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