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Why would i have oil coming out of the wiring harness on the right fender well, as well as inside dripping on the drivers side floor mat

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ENGINE OIL OR BRAKE FLUID??
SOUNDS LIKE A PRETTY BAD LEAK,MAYBE A LEAK FROM AN OIL PRESSRE SWITCH,SQUIRTING ENGINE OIL ON A WIRING HARNESS,AND RUNNING INSIDE THE VEHICLE! OR A BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER LEAKING AND RUNNING INSIDE THE CAB,SHOULD BE ABLE TO SMELL THE FLUID! cHECK THE BRAKE FLUID LEVEL,THEN THE ENGINE OIL!

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It sounds like the oil sending unit is leaking and pushing oil up the wires

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