Haven't heard of this from anyone or any other posts here? From a general standpoint, its rare that any car would have both Struts leaking any fluids, especially at such a young age. Did you get your car new or resale, do you have vichle history ? If resale maybe its a flood victim since there is a lot of damaged Cars having flood related issues.
Springs have been installed for 11 days and leaking started on driver side a few days ago and now noticing passenger side
Certainly seems like the new springs have caused it. And in all likelihood that is what any dealer would say.Sometimes mods are bad
I have BCs on the way.Waiting to hear back fromRSR. I know lowering springs can stress a strut and potential issues can arise. But with only 13k miles.... 11 days on the carMy guess is they were RS-R superdowns, which will definitely stress the stock struts/shocks. I learned my lesson long time ago with mis-matched springs rates and OEM shocks. If wanna go low, your best bet is coil-overs.
Since I have a Red Sport AWD, I went with the RS-R Active C/Os, to retain the Drive Select function (adj dampening) - $$$. There are many C/O choices on the market for Q60 AWDs w/o electronic dampening.