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Old 11-18-2016, 04:42 PM
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I started noticing when i shut my GC off i can hear liquid draining , well more sounds like liquid dripping . i crawled under her and it sounded like it was dripping back into the oil pan, is this normal
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You own a jeep and you are concerned about that? I think the only thing abnormal is YOU CAN HEAR IT!! I know as jeep owners, we are attuned to strange noises, but I wouldn't worry about that unless it's dripping on the ground.

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You own a jeep and you are concerned about that? I think the only thing abnormal is YOU CAN HEAR IT!! I know as jeep owners, we are attuned to strange noises, but I wouldn't worry about that unless it's dripping on the ground.



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