One rule of thumb with a leak is to look up and forward of the leak. Check the valve cover gasket. I think they have top stop bolts. Lastly and this may sound odd. What is the o ring on the filter like?
The coolant is low Nd I haven’t checked the transmission yet Nd the oil is still full I just did an oil change 2500 miles agoCould that be tranny fluid, looks kind of red in color.
Check the level, make sure its serviced correctly.
Best way to figure this out... clean the motor with gunk, and rinse.
After cleaning, drive the car and keep checking... but first....
Check all fluid levels... oil, tranny fluid and coolant.
Great pics by the way....
the o ring to the oil filter? Or? I’m sorry I’m learning as I go with this carOne rule of thumb with a leak is to look up and forward of the leak. Check the valve cover gasket. I think they have top stop bolts. Lastly and this may sound odd. What is the o ring on the filter like?
I would eliminate the oil filter, oil pressure switch & drain plug issues first. Also check for oil pan leaks at the pan rail which would require removal or replacement of the oil pan.
When I did the oil change I did put oil in the filter Nd some around the top before I put it back on Nd then filled it up.On the top of the oil filter, the open end, there is a rubber oil ring that helps prevents leaks. It is approximately 1/4" wide and near the edge of the filter. When installing a new oil filter, most mechanics first fill the oil filter, and then rub a thin coat of oil on the gasket. This gives a better seal when tightened properly.
Have you had the car serviced recently? Maybe the mechanic did not tighten the filter to the proper specs, left the rubber gasket dry, etc.
If it were my car, I would take the advice of cleaning off the leaked oil, check for tightness on the oil pan bolts, make sure the oil filter is tight, top up fluids, and then drive the car as you normally do, but look under the car every day or two for new leaks. If it runs clean for several days, you have probably found your problem. If not, it's time to see a proper repair facility. Good luck.
P.S. If you park in the same spot every day, put a clean piece of cardboard under the rear of the car. It will make it easier to spot new leaks.