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ther is a switch under the hood that turns the light on when the hood is opened.... that has Mercury in it. And of course there is motor oil and transmission fluid and gear lube and wiper fluid and brake fluid and rear end lube and water and antnifreeze and power steering fluid and gasoline...
put a clean cardboard sheet under the vehicle and keep an eye out for where the leak falls from.. follow up from that spot until you see the fluid itself..sometimes its hard to see but if you use a strong flashlight you may see better..it will look brownish or brownish-red in color..if its black then its motor oil...if its clearer then it may be brake fluid or power steering..
Your Camry uses ATF ( Automatic Transmission Fluid). Your going to have to get the leak repaired, common cause is the high pressure hose is leaking and soon it will fail 100% and your going to lose your power steering. Worst is the ATF is flammable and if it hits a hot spot like the exhaust manifold, it will catch fire. Good luck and hope this helps, and don't let the fluid get too low. Low fluid in your steering pump will cause damage.