1. Bad cleanliness with welding slag, metal dust and other impurities contain in the absorber internal, causing wear on the oil seal.
2. Extreme working condition for the absorber. Mud, sand and other impurities enter the oil seal causing grinding wear and lead to oil leakage.
3. Absorber oil seal lip aged, losing sealing function.
4. Some owner did not cover the absorber properly when they spray the undercarriage protection coat, the coat attach on the absorber piston rod causing wear on the oil seal and lead to oil leakage.
Suggest to diagnose at workshop:
1. Jack up the car and check the condition of the absorber oil leakage.
2. Replace new absorber.
3. Perform wheels alignment after the replacement done.
4. Perform road test after wheel alignment done.