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I rode my 2005 edge touring deluxe up the block and back. When I parked it, I think gas oil mixture leaked out of the belly pan. It does not leak while sitting in the garage or idling.

Is this normal

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Dear James,
Well, no.
It is possible the car has a leak, and the belly pan is catching the leak and collecting it.
Perhaps you should take the car somewhere and have a person look underneath with a strong light and see what is going on.
You car should have NO gas leak at all, and a little bit of oil is OK, but not much.
God bless your efforts.

Posted on Dec 15, 2016

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