Ok. In that case, this is nothing to worry about. What you need to do is to physically keep an eye on it. Meaning a couple times per month just look under there and see if it looks any different. Is it getting "wetter" or are you starting to see drips on the driveway? Once it starts to drip is when you want to take care of it.
You will not do any damage to any component if you follow this advice. The only time you will damage something or even notice an issue is if you ignore this long enough for most of the fluid to leak out. With something that is dripping that will take quite a long time. However, if you see it getting worse and then make arrangements to get it fixed, you will be just fine.
Let me know if you have more questions. Thanks
Friday, August 2nd, 2019 AT 6:15 PM