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My Bronco doesn't get driven in the winter (lucky me)..The last two winters I've gotten the same puddle under it. I'll go out in the pole barn and there's a 6 to 8 inch puddle on the cement under it. It's definitely red transmission fluid - and it only happens when the temps get under freezing for a long time. I had the front transmission seal replaced 2 years ago when the motor was swapped.

Anyone else ?

Thanks, Dan
 

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not tranny fluid. It's engine oil for me if the truck isn't driven for 4-5 days, and it's only a couple drops. When it gets cold and again not driven the coolant has also decided to leak a few drops.
 

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not tranny fluid. It's engine oil for me if the truck isn't driven for 4-5 days, and it's only a couple drops. When it gets cold and again not driven the coolant has also decided to leak a few drops.
mine will do the same thing. The oil will seep out of the rear valve covers, and the coolant will seep from around the water pump bolts. This only happens when it hasnt been driven for two or three days.
 
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