Leak

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Asked by Jun 01, 2013 at 07:44 PM about the 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis GS Convenience

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

There is a leak in the back of my car. It looks like it is in between the two back tires. I put
a picture to show where it is at (in comparison to my parents car thats on the other side
of the garage and the leak is circled with 2 arrows pointing to it. Can you help me out, it
just started happening today?

6 Answers

1,505

Looks like a rear end leaking. wont be too expensive to have fixed - you might be able to fix it yourself. not a super urgent repair, but dont wait too long

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335

What is it that could be leaking from the rear?

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116,005

Looking at the location possible pinion seal.

335

Is that is serious problem that should be fixed right away or can it been fixed in a few days? The leak isn't that big. Also what does that fluid do?

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116,005

Not a serious leak at present, but watch it if the you notice the mark getting larger then fix it. It is rear end grease, lubes your differential.

335

Just an update, I got it fixed a while ago and it was from a pinion seal

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