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Axle contains grease, not oil. That is not the source of your leak. Check the rear valve cover, PCV valve, and valley for oil. Looks like it's coming from the trans side. If you see oil on top of the trans and in the valley, it's the oil cooler and you should not drive this until you get it fixed.
 

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In another thread you put dye in the engine oil. That could explain your green tint.

Really every time, but especially after having repaired multiple leaks already, you should start to look for leaks by cleaning the engine first. Much easier to see oil running on clean metal than gooped up dirt.
 
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That is the fuel line.
 
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I got out of my neighborhood when my neighbor and his 4WD Silverado couldn't. Blip the gas when it starts to dig into the snow so it flings it away and grabs traction. In places that get a ton of snow it might be different, but it's fine for southern US snow storms.
 
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