You know we can't tell what's leaking over a computer. Someone is going to have to wash the oil off, then check it visually. For such a relatively fast leak, typical suspects are the oil pressure sending unit, valve cover gasket, oil pan gasket, and oil filter gasket.
Even though we called these "killer cars" for their steering linkages that commonly fall apart, I would rather see you have it repaired vs. Buying anything much newer. If you read through these forums you'll see how much trouble everyone is having with all of the unnecessary, unreliable, expensive computers. That's why I drive my '88 Grand Caravan daily and on numerous cross-country trips, and I let my newer, less trustworthy vehicles sit at home. Your car only has one quite reliable Engine Computer, and most oil leaks are relatively inexpensive to repair.
Tuesday, July 12th, 2011 AT 6:44 PM