Unless your engine oil is looking the same, It has to be your transmission leaking.
Just a possibility that you may have gotten lucky.
If the transmission was way overfilled with water, the transmission fluid and goo may have forced its way past the seal.
It may be worth a try to drain your entire drive train (both differentials, transfer case, and transmission) and get them to the proper levels. Maybe the seal(s) will hold now.
Now refill them through the fill holes and they all will be full when the fluid starts to come back out of the fill holes. I usually then give them two or three additional squirts and quickly screw the plugs back in. In the future I can barely screw a plug out, if I get fluid running out of the hole, I know it is still full.
Think this might work out for you?
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Sunday, October 14th, 2018 AT 4:53 PM