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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is located at back of engine on top between the engine block and front windshield. It usually black or chrome in color and looks like a disk with a small vacuum line coming from the top of it.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
I HAVE THIS SAME PROBLEM AND IT is so aggravating I have tryed every thing changed relays fuses every thing and nothing works im at the point where im going to smash my windows out its now spring and the heat is not helping me at all my airconditioning doesnt work either a whole nother story if you find out the problem PLEASE PLEASE tell me i beg you i have a hour drive to work everyday IMNUTS !!!@#@!#$%
Posted on May 04, 2010
Hate to say it, but your transmission is on the driver side. Most common places for transmission fluid to leak is the transmission drain pan. Another could be from a seal where you drive axles goes into the transmission. It depends if you have had word done on your vehicle recently. I would suggest you take it in to a shop. You shouldn't drive, if you're are low on transmission fluid.
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
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