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In between the transmission and engine underneath removed dust co

Removed dust covr underneath to expose fly wheel and tourge converator and oil and anti freeze were present is it the main rear oil seal please help have three children and a wife that is sick

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Hey man,sorry to hear about your wife.Vehicles with alot of miles that lose oil from the rear main seal is practical,but if its blowing out alot and your having to add alot of oil,thats not good.Anti freeze should not come out of the rear seal,it just isnot possible.Maybe the antifreeze is leaking from a hose,pipe or cyl. head and is leaking down in that same area as the oil leak.If your losing alot of anti freeze you need to have it checked.Antifreeze can enter the eng.oil if you have a blown head gasket.This could be a costly fix at a garage.You could get a estimate to see what youll be getting into and if its to much to fix you could think about purchasing a more dependable vehicle with less issues for your family.Its only a idea.if you have any questions let me know.Best wishes to you and your family.John.

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Unfortunatly, that is what it sounds like to me, unless its leaking and running down from somewhere else

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