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Some kind of lubicant coming out of center hub on back wheel. This is a 2002 Chevy Silverado truck with 77,000 miles.

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That would be your axle seals, have them replaced, that fluid is gear oil, also if the oil has gotten on any of the brake parts they must also be replaced, this includes parking brake system because if fluid got on the parking brake it will also be less effective.

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