Q: Car leaks fluid under vehicle

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My car is leaking fluid under the vehicle. I was told that I need to replace the compressor, tensioner, recharge, etc. I already replaced the transmission pan, but leaks still show up in the driveway. The rear window defogger no longer works, and I was told that I need to replace the wiring harness. Occasionally, when the ignition key is turned to start, nothing happens.

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