If the transmission oil leaks out of left side half shaft area, it may be from a worn axle shaft seal. The seal can be damaged by a poor surface finish on the axle shaft. The axle shaft and seal should be replaced to correct the problem.Google+
Car Problem Reports
Ford Fusion Transmission Oil Leaks from Left Side Half Shaft Area
Ford Fusion Problem
Drive Trains Affected: Automatic Transmission, Manual Transmission
Average Mileage: 63,574 mi (2,015 mi - 132,000 mi)
Visitor, 2010 Ford Fusion, Automatic Transmission, 61,098 mi
I found a leak on the left side of the car when it was getting a regular oil change. Had the left side axle and seal into transmission replaced, about two weeks later I discovered another leak in the same place. I was told by the Ford Dealer that the warratty ran out after 60,000 miles. It shouldn't matter about the warranty when the problem is from the factory. Come on Ford get with the program.
Visitor, 2010 Ford Fusion, Automatic Transmission, 53,000 mi
During Oil change informed of a leak and given the $500 bad news estimate. Looking for a mechanic to do the fix as I don't think Ford deserves the cash on this one.
Visitor, 2010 Ford Fusion, Automatic Transmission, 66,000 mi
starting leaking transmission fluid from front left side. I had it towed to repair shop and the cost is 230.00 for parts, 60.00 for transmission fluid and 440.00 for the labor. Seems outrageous what they are charging for labor and this is at a Ford dealership.
Visitor, 2010 Ford Fusion, Automatic Transmission, 47,000 mi
Took my car in for a regular oil change and the mechanic discovered I had a leak in the axle shaft so now I am sitting with a loaner car waiting for a backordered part and no idea when I will get my car back.
Visitor, 2010 Ford Fusion, Automatic Transmission, 54,000 mi
Seal, bushing and axle shaft were replaced on Left side at Ford garage under warranty. The same problem re-occured about a month later. Taking it in to get fixed again. Hope they fix it right this time. What a JOKE. Last Ford product I will buy.
Visitor, 2010 Ford Fusion, Automatic Transmission, 57,000 mi
Transmission Fluid leaks seal at left CV joint. I took it to have it serviced due to slipping/ jerking when changing gears. Total of repairs cost me over $500.00, 4 days later, seal is broken again and needs to be replaced again. Ford needs to Recall this vehical...after seeing hundreds of exact same issue!
Visitor, 2010 Ford Fusion, Automatic Transmission
I have had the same problem with the axle seal and bearing. Local dealer ordered the parts which are backordered three weeks. Said car is ok to drive but may have to stop in for fuild until repair can be made. Won't give me a quart of extra fluid so I could keep it in the trunk. Too bad for them if it fails. Towing and rental car may be in their future. :(
Now I have to keep cardboard on the garage floor.
Visitor, 2010 Ford Fusion, Automatic Transmission, 40,000 mi
clunky bucking intermittent leaked out quarts over time Replaced half shaft seal and bushing to fix from a TSB
I have had my car for a little over 1 year. After 31 days of owning it the first issue occured. Since I bought it I have replaced transmission range sensor, drive shaft, seals around transmission, PCM , wiring, something called a bottle neck, tons of tranny fluid, axle shafts, battery, power windows wiring, sunroof closed improperly resulting in it becoming broken, gas lines and it is still in the shop because I have something wrong with my body valve. I bought the car at 36000. Issues keep occurring in this lemon of a car that so many of us are experiencing. Like many others are expressing, we are fixing parts repeatedly because over transmission heating and melting things. I'm so tired of this. When is ford going to step up?
Visitor, 2009 Ford Fusion, Automatic Transmission, 20,775 mi
Whats wrong with picture????? LOW MILEAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!