Originally Posted by Totodile
I think he means the blinker fluid for the turn signals, not the blinker fluid for the blinking rotator splint.
If it was red and smelled like sour milk that'd be rotator splint fluid, and you need to stop driving the car, otherwise you will need to replace all of your piston return springs and get a full engine alignment, not to mention patch the leak. Pricey.
You should be fine - the best test is to get it out on the highway and take it up to 65 as fast as you can. If you hear rattling, that's the rotator splint. If you don't hear rattling, slam on the brakes (make sure nobodies behind you) to see if it's a leak from the sway bar lubrication reservoir (dipstick is usually located next to the transmission fluid, check the levels before and then after).
Good luck bro!