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Assuming you are referring to a vehicle and not household plumbing, what kind of leak are you talking about? Engine oil? Cooling system? Air conditioning refrigerant? Brake fluid? Transmission fluid? Gasoline or diesel fuel? Differential fluid? Windshield washer fluid? Battery fluid? Or perhaps a water leak into the inside when it rains?

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