The early stick shift cars in 94 and 95 were notorious for leaky seals, all of them.
If it might be time for clutch replacement, you should do that and replace all seals in the transmission.
Left/right drive shaft seals plus o-rings. Shifter shaft seal and clutch shaft seal. Clutch shaft seal is a hard to find part now but a must when you replace the clutch and throwout bearing.
The rear main seal in engine might be leaking but the V6 engine is a weird setup where it could also be the rear crankshaft bearing cap leaking and that takes a little bit of work to figure out and reseal having to force silicone into two grooves of the cap.
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