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Why is this covered in fluids were is the leek

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Clean it off and watch for leaks

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To trace the source of a leak can be very frustratingso i would suggest clean away as much of the oil etc and then watch for signs of leak again, should be able to trace back to source of leak this way, what is the vehicle as some vehicles have known faults

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