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Whats wrong when transmission fluid spill while driving a 2001 Nissan xterra?

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I would go under it and see if you can see where it is coming from, if it is coming from the out put seal you should first check your vent lines to make sure they are not plugged. they will be near the top of the ****** behind the bell, Is this a 2wd of 4, check the pan gasket also . But most likely to be the ****** cooler lines, probably near the rad , best solution is to replace the lie new.

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