you fix the leak
The starter should be tight! It can cause an oil leak if it hits the oil filter and makes a hole in it (oil filter is like a coke can). If your starter is moving you must first tighten it down it's two bolts.
no...sounds like an exhaust leak could also be a crack in the manifold
can exhaust manifold leak cause you to burn oil
engine oil leak
they leak oil from the oil pump on the front of the engine
put a new motor in. it'll cost about the same as fixing the rear main that is more than likely the cause of the problem.
A possible leak
one way is the headgasket is blown oil can leak into the water jackets and get wixed with the oil
If the casing is spilt a filter will leak an incorrectly installed filter will also leak.
It will continue to leak oil and if you do not add oil regularly it will eventually cause engine damage.
An oil leak is always going to be out of the engine as the engine contains oil and the car does not. I think you are saying you are loosing oil with no apparent leak. If that is the case the engine is burning oil and that is why you see no leaks.
Yes,any auto parts store has it. If you get it with oil be sure it is synthetic oil. Since you are adding you may want to get the one with leak stop in it in case you have a small leak
If the thermostat was not installed correctly, the housing can crack but it would leak engine coolant not oil.
a leak or burning it
I would not expect a valve cover leak to cause a car to stall. A valve cover leak can fill the spark plug area with oil which can cause rough running.
The cam sensor seal can cause a leak if not installed correctly.
Changing the plugs and plug wires correctly has nothing to do with nor can it cause an oil leak.
Anything else that the oil goes to.
A major leak.
Oil can either be burned, or it can leak