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I AM LEAKING FLUID FROM MY CV JOINT WOULD THAT BE TRANSMISSION FLUID

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No I do believe you are seeing the fluid inside your boot. You will need to replace them. It makes no sense replacing one, so both will need to be replaced.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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