2004 chrysler sebring transmission was leaking but now has stop
My mother has a 2004 chrysler sebring. She had a transmission leaks. Now it has stop leaking. Do you know what could had cause it to stop leaking? It was about four qt low. And it would not go foward or backward at times. But since we added the trans fuild is seem to be driving ok now.
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Re: 2004 chrysler sebring transmission was leaking but...
Keep a close eye on the level, and watch for drops in driveway etc. Even try placing something under the transmission area if you have to, like cardboard or plywood. Good chance it didn't cure itself, but stranger things have happened I guess. Hope you used Mopar transmission oil to re-fill it. believe it or not, I don't work for Chrysler but have heard many a story about chrysler transmissions acting up because of wrong fluid in them, even when lube places tell you it's o.k to use something else. Just a heads up.
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Your problem is most likely the Torque Converter Clutch (TCC) Solenoid valve. Check Fuse and Related wiring, if all looks OK, remove transmission pan to get to the TCC Solenoid.The solenoid packs are known to leak. You will need to remove:
The transmission cooling lines
the Speed Sensor,
the plug on the solenoid block,
the 3 tenmm bolts on the top of the Solenoid pack,
the solenoid pack,
old gasket (the new pack comes with new gasket)
The new Solenoid Pack,
the new gasket ,
the Speed Sensor and,
Transmission Cooling Lines
Start vehicle, check Transmission fluid level, check for proper shifting and have computer reset. Good Luck!! A HELPFUL - 4 THUMBS - rating for this solution would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for using FixYa.