My husband was shifting into reverse and it seem to not wanting to shift and then there was a pop sound and fluid started to leak under our car. Our car is a dodge 2016 with only 52806 miles on it. We never take this vehicle off road and never misused it and we always stay on top of maintenance. What could be leaking? My mother who work in a different state with orielly said it might be the gear shift oil? Any advice would be great.
I used a 32GB, FAT32 SD card and put into the slot above my DVD player
I created some playlists with mp3 songs, and it worked perfectly with the uconnect.
I then created a movie playlist and added some mp4 movies.
When I inserted the SD card, I saw the playlist but uconnect indicated it had no items.
I was only able to play the mp3 music, not any mp4 movies.
Is there some video format I need to use. I used the same ideas that I mentioned for the USB flash in my first post.
Has anyone ever used the SD port to try and play movies or are we stuck with just playing music?
All great suggestions, or guesses really, but let's be honest there just isn't enough information to really be helpful. As mentioned, which side is it coming from? Have you crawled under there to try and see where it's coming from (you really don't even need to jack it up)? Does it have a color?
All your going to get are guesses at best. There are normal fluids disbursed from cars, and there are abnormal fluids. If you really want help, you need to narrow it down in order for people to give you good advise.
It could also be a leak in the rear AC evaporator coil (just above the right wheel well), or it could be rear shocks. Between the components jkeaton mentioned and these, there really aren't any other fluids back there.
Need to jack it up and have a look at where it's coming from. You don't mention if you're AWD, so it could be differential fluid if so. You also don't mention if it was right in the middle or on the sides, as in a brake fluid leak. These details can lead you to the area to inspect. You have the vehicle in front of you.