Question about 2004 Ford Taurus
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Based on your description, this is my advice.
These are the locations where the Transaxle can leak in order from most, to least likely.
Look for evidence of leaks where the axle shafts enter the Transaxle. If the axle seals are leaking it is a big project to replace them.
Sometimes leak stop additive products can slow leaks down, or stop them.
It is unlikely that the pump seal is leaking, but if it is it would leak worse while driving and fluid would blow back and coat the under carriage. You would also typically see evidence of a stream of fluid running out the bottom of the bell housing. The Transaxle has to be removed to replace the pump seal.
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