Green oily stuff on my left front stabilizer on a CS-S

Frost772Frost772 Posts: 11Member
edited December 2017 in T@B & Factory Comments
i have noticed a green oil substance on my left front stabilizer. Does anyone know what it is?  Also, when looking under my T@B CS-S in that location, there is a tube sticking out. What is that for?

2017 T@B CS-S silver with silver trim ("T@Boo') pulled by a 2015 Subaru Outback (6 cyl)

AT GA-ME 2000

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  • ColoradoJonColoradoJon Posts: 195Member
    Hmm... does it look like antifreeze?  I am not familiar with the CS-S, but that tube might be the glycol overflow drain.  Maybe someone with a CS-S will chime in, sorry!
    Jon & Angela | Florissant Colorado | 2017 Outback S
  • VernaVerna Posts: 4,215Administrator
    Yes, the CS-S model has the Alde glycol reservoir behind the cargo door in the bathroom. Open the door, armed with a flashlight, small mirror and a Sharpie pen. Use the Sharpie to highlight the markings on the reservoir so they are more visible. Use the flashlight to help you see the level of the glycol. It should be between the max and min.  
    Verna, Indianapolis, Indiana; 2014 T@B S M@X, white/red, INDIANA  H@@SIER; towed by 2015 Toyota Tacoma V6 TRD 4x4; T@B Administrator
  • rkj__rkj__ Posts: 250Member
    I noticed that once on one of my first trips, but the condition did not persist, so I did not worry about it.  

    I suspect when the glycol tank is filled to the full line, towing the trailer over bumps may cause some sloshing in the tank, and cause a small amount of fluid to exit via the vent / overflow tube.  

    Just a theory, never explored it myself.  
    2016 T@b 320 CS-S - 2008 GMC Canyon - St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
  • Frost772Frost772 Posts: 11Member
    It happened when my trailer was sitting for a long time. I'll mark the tank and see what happens. Thanks!!

    2017 T@B CS-S silver with silver trim ("T@Boo') pulled by a 2015 Subaru Outback (6 cyl)

    AT GA-ME 2000

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