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Guys - first post here, and sorry if it's been discussed before. I recently acquired a 2011 Range Rover sport 110k miles- very well maintained (brake jobs, oil changes, tire changes, etc. etc.) Got an engine oil change (not connected to the issue).

1. For the past few days, I have noticed a few drops of fluid on the driver's side (closer to the rear wheel, below rear passenger seat). Any ideas on what it could be (brake fluid, anything else?) Semi-transparent, yellowish color. It is not a lot, but definitely want to avoid any serious damage.

2. Separately, any recommendations on fluid changes, maintenance or anything else I should be doing proactively at this mileage - or leave everything as is?

Thoughts / comments / feedback appreciated. See pictures below

Best,
Abhi
 

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Abhi I think there is possibility that the actiual leak is towards the front of the vehicle, drips on to under-engine armor plate and what you show in the pictures is oil being blown by the passing airstream from pan to chassis components where you can actually see it. I belive there is nothing in that area where oil actuall drip out of.
 
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