A couple of days ago, I noticed transmission fluid on the garage floor. The dipstick showed the fluid at the lower mark - just enough still in the transmission.
I looked under the car to see if I could detect where the fluid is leaking. I noticed fluid around the metal cylinder piece through which the driveshaft enters the transmission (this piece has the rubber CV boot on the non-transmission side).
Could the transmission be leaking at this point? What kind of repair job is this if the leak is present at this point? Are there any other locations the fluid could be leaking from if it's wet at this point? I don't notice any fluid from the top of the transmission. All of the wetness is from the driver's side of the transmission or on the bottom center of the transmission. It's pretty dry on the passenger side of the transmission.
The 2002 Odyssey has 83,000 miles on it.