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Transmission fluid leak

Where the hose goes into the tranny pan its leaking out how to fix it

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  • O Mclean May 11, 2010

    Do you mean a metal pipe for the dip stick or is it the cooler lines

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Tighten snuggly the steel line connections.. if loose. if not loose then loosen a small bit and tighten the tr housing adaptor for the steel lines and tighten then retighten the steel line nuts... The pan gasket may also be the problem.. inspect and tighten snuggly not too tight... all thebolts holding the pan. good luck

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

  • Glenn Snow Dec 31, 2008

    Ps. if you have a broken or bad pan gasket you will have to get it replaced.

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