there is oil all over the front bottom of the motor. one thing I do notice is that it only leaks when it is running
it is probably a cam or crank seal.
how long since the timing belt was changed?
were the oil seals changed at the same time?
let it idle in the drive way with a piece of card board under the front of the engine.
valve covers and steering pumps also can leak,
but maybe not in the center and very front of the engine.
hahaha But the best part about it is it only has 68,000 on it and runs like a dream..
it is a 20 year old car.
and even though it has reached the mileage for a timing belt change,
i doubt the cam and crank oil seals have been changed.
the chances are very low, in my opinion.
replace the timing belt? and all the idlers, water pump, all oil seals, and oil pump o-ring,
check the oil pump backing plate screws.
this will cost $700 - $1000 at a shop, or $200 - $250 at home.
and you will be set for 60k miles.
timing belt is due every 60k miles or 60 MONTHS.
any and all plastic / or rubber on that engine is now brittle.
be careful when you work on it.
you don't want to create a $200 repair while making a $20 repair.