Blow a shock?
What would I be looking for to confirm that? See if it bounces different from the other side?Blow a shock?
The axle and back side of the wheels like really dry. As to each of your shocks. I could see it coming from the top hydro system but looks like oil on your rag…I have a '66 mustang convertible, 289, C4. . I've had it about 2 years and all of this is new to me, so please be nice. Lol
I drove it 2 days ago and was planning to take it out tonight. This is what I saw when I opened the garage door. I crawled under it and see that I obviously have a leak on the wheel cylinder or axle seal but this leak isn't on the tires. It also feels more "oil" based but I'm not sure. Doesn't look like brake fluid to me. And It seems to be coming between the tire and the differential.
Any suggestions are appreciated.
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Pull the rear seat bottom and look for wetness on that side--move your hand around various spots that you can reach to see if you find the oily substance.The axle and back side of the wheels like really dry. As to each of your shocks. I could see it coming from the top hydro system but looks like oil on your rag…
I suppose I’d raise and then lower the top to see if that is the culprit.
Rather odd stop, good luck!