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Transmission and oil leaking in to oil pan under a 1999 jeep no seeable leak points but its a class 2 leak ( drips forming but no puddle under the vehicle)

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There are three places above that pan that the leaks could be coming from. 1- Tail shaft of the transmission.Would be a red color. 2-3- Input and Output shafts on the transfer case. More the color of motor oil. There may be more oil in that skid pan just not at the correct angel to let it run off.

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