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Clear fluid drip under car when cold

For some reason there's clear fluid dripping under my car near the engine not anti freeze or oil

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Well first make sure you oil level is correct and your in the safe level, Take a look at the oil filter is it leaking there or just tighen it, then check the oil drain plug is it tight and is it leaking there it may need a oil drain plug gasket. you also need to look at the oil sending unit they can leak also. and how long ago did you change the oil oil filter do come loose sometimes

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