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I have a Michelin g735 floor jack that leaks the fluid out. Where is the best place to start looking for the leak? I don't use it that often but I noticed the floor of the garage was wet under the jack. I got some fluid to put in it but don't want to just put it in to watch it leak out again.

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    meris376 Sep 15, 2012

    where can i buy parts for this jack



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Most likely place is the piston seal

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