Okay, so I haven't been home for two months (hooray graduate program), and it appears that in that time my parents haven't really exercised my car much. My dad's got a bad ankle and can't handle the third petal, and my mom fries clutches better than she fries chicken. And they're also wary of the considerable amount of fluid on the floor beneath the car...ruh-roh... Now, my deductions: all levels look okay (coolant, oil, and washer fluid ), so I'm gonna pass on those. Doesn't smell remotely like gasoline, so check that off the list. Brakes and clutch all in perfect working condition--pass there. I did, however, in the springtime, have the clutch replaced, and after the service there were a few drops appearing here and there, and now there's enough happening to completely dye a newspaper and a paper towel--see the attached crappy-quality pictures. So how does a bad transmission seal sound? Is that a good guess? What do you guys say? Are there any symptoms of low trans fluid I should look out for? I took 'er for a spin today, and it's running as smooth as ever (after the tires rounded themselves out again...lol).