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Old 07-15-2013, 10:52 PM   #1
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When I was looking at my undercarriage today I notice that there was an oily moisture build up around my tranny area, I was wondering if anyone else has experienced this and if it is a urgent matter that I have to tend to. Thank you in advanced!
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Can you get any pictures? Have you been running any A/C lately?
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Can you get any pictures? Have you been running any A/C lately?
Yes I've been running the A/C alot lately, currently no pics
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Yes I've been running the A/C alot lately, currently no pics
Ok, if you can get pictures that would be great. It could just be condensation from the A/C
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Could just be a rear main seeping. Even new seals can seep like this. As long as it isn't dumping fluid or steadily dripping I wouldn't sweat it.
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As stated above, I would think it would be just condensation.
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I found out what it was my bolt attached to my brake line was loose at little bit so it was sputtering out brake fluid. I tightened it down its fine now
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