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I see some Oil leak near left side rear wheel when the vehicle(Hyundai Accent ) is PArked What could be the Issue?

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If the source of the leak is betwen engine and trasmission housing then it will be rear main seal.

Most engine seals will leak if it is over 120,000 miles.

Posted on Feb 02, 2010

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    Vincent_G Feb 02, 2010

    Since it's the rear wheel.

    It will be leak from rear brake cylinder or brake line into the brake cylinder.

    STOP driving and get it inspected ASAP.





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