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danaives
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Export, PA
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Posted - 05/11/2005 :  7:07 AM                       Like
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I recently bought a 2000 Lightning with 5850 miles (love the putt). I am seeing some minor leakage of fluid on the bottom of the rear suspension assembly. After talking it over with a few more experienced wrenches, it would appear the fluid comes from the dry sump's reservoir that also lubricates the motor. Am I correct in assuming that the suspension uses thie same lubrication oil as the shock fluid? While I've only done a cursory search of the Web for drawings of the suspension system, I have not found any. Anyone know of a source? I'll also pose this query to the local BRAG here in Pittsburgh. Thanks for any input.

Dana
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