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Oil leaking from somewhere but not engine

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Here are some photos from underneath while vehicle was on a lift. I have an appointment next Monday. Earliest ford would take me. Any thoughts? 2020 ST.
 

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Here are some photos from underneath while vehicle was on a lift. I have an appointment next Monday. Earliest ford would take me. Any thoughts? 2020 ST.
I can’t tell where that is. Just make sure your oil level is okay before you drive it. I personally wouldn’t drive it if possible.
 

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It’s definitely not coming from the engine. Confirmed not coming from the drain pan. And engine oil levels are good. Photo is taken from middle of vehicle and close to directly underneath the center console.
 

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It’s definitely not coming from the engine. Confirmed not coming from the drain pan. And engine oil levels are good. Photo is taken from middle of vehicle and close to directly underneath the center console.
Has to be a seal leak with the transmission or transfer case.
 

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FADA (front axle disconnect actuator) leak. Covered under the powertrain warranty. They replaced the seal on mine (2020) not long ago at 28k miles. They noticed when I got an oil change and suggested I bring it back. A couple of weeks went by and one morning I spotted some oil on the ground. Took it in and they replaced the seal.
 



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