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Lost coolant flude and found leak trainmission flude

I have 2001 MPV and just went to shop to replace all sparks plugs three weeks ago. some time I smell coolant flude inside the van during the heat switch turned on and I had to fill up one litter of coolant flude every three or four days. the first time I put in premix coolant ready, second time I mixed coolant with some tap water (water was not a softwater) the thirt time I added straight coolant with out mixing water, and yesterday I added in radiator stop leak chemical from Canadian tire. Late on yesterday night I found the leak was actually the trainmission flude was leaking underneath the van but not sure where it was coming from? wuold you please tell me what do I need to do to stop leak trainmission flude.
Thank you,
Quang

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    Dan rogers May 11, 2010

    Not too sure what you are askin for, Is your transmission leaking or are you leaking coolant?

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Ok this needs to go in to a mechanic now this will not cost more than $100 around $40 maby to get it fix depending on what is leaking

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