Head scratcher here. Since a large snow storm just started....what perfect timing!
So I had to get to work in a hurry this AM, so I ran out 75+ the whole way to work (about 40 miles highway). Since this put me right at the fuel light, I stopped for gas. Was about to get back in and saw some drips....that's where this started.
Leak #1: puking rear diff breather tube. Before we all say "too much oil", let's point out I checked (not changed) the fluid back in JUNE.... been running around a long time since. Also, I've never had the cover off, so it's stock, didn't install ARB locker, etc etc. It's stock and this is a fluke occurance.
Leak #2: T-case. I'm assuming I'm getting the leak around the speed sensor. Since these are simple little beasts, I'm not as concerned. I'll just fill and go. It's something I can definitely give myself piece of mind by doing in an autozone parking lot.......even in work clothes.
Mine is lifted 4" with 33's, so nothing crazy. I've run over 70+ on many occasions, no problems whatsover; some rare times even 80+. The difference here is I was 75+ the entire way, most times I'm not. It's odd that I'd randomly have an issue due to heat in the drivetrain, but I won't rule that out; it seems like the only thing that I could count on causing a double whammy on a "quick" ride to work.
What do you guys think? Either way, I'm headed to a parts store to top off my fluids - that's step 1. But keep in mind we're getting a foot of snow today, so finding the root cause (or giving me piece of mind) is imperative.