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2002 Liberty leaking a small amount of red fluid on garage floor. I'm thinking water pump since the water level dropped some?

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TRANSMISSION FLUID RED ALSO.SNIFF IT IF SMELL LITTLE STRONG ITS TRANSMISSION FLUID.ANTIFREEZE IS ORANGE COLOR.

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