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Question Identify leak, help!

Help, I just got my brakes fixed (spent way too much $$) and now there is something leaking near the rear axle, passenger side. Does anyone know what this may be? I'm hoping its not oil from differential, perhaps brake fluid? I'm concerned because it was not leaking before I took it to be serviced. Any advice?
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take it back to where you had it serviced and tell them about it . if its a brake fluid leak , they should fix it
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Re: Identify leak, help!

This could be a number of things. Loose fittings to brake line pinholes most of which would be accompanied by a drop in reservoir level.
Best advice take it back to where it was repaired previously.
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