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Leaks out fast as you pour it in

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SOURCE: transmition fluid leak

Sounds like you have a bad line somewhere that is backing up you system. I would start by checking all of them first.

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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SOURCE: BMW 325i BAD transmission fluid leak/gush

i have to admit without more detail it's hard to say.... my educated guess would be that one of the hoses to the transmission cooler has blow and needs to be replaced. do NOT drive the car till that is done.

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Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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SOURCE: started leaking transmission fluid, when i pour it in it leaks out very fast on side of pan by bolts why?

transmission pan gasket bad. pull pan put in new gasket,

Posted on Nov 15, 2012

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2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Larado has water pouring out from under the dashboard on the passenger side. Help!


The water gushing in on passenger side, is probably antifreeze, check that the heater core isn't leaking. If it is gushing try and capture some of this water and and see if it is antifreeze or just water. If antifreeze then it's the heatercore if water the. It's from the a/c

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My 1996 Cadillac DeVille Concours problem is with the power steering. The fluid runs out as fast as it's poured in. What can I check for and have you any diagrams as I can't find any that show the


Most likely it's a hose come loose or ruptured. It sounds like, from your description, that's where the PS pressure line connects to the rack and pinion. If it's leaking that bad, it's a big break in the hose, or it came completely off where it goes into the steering unit. It's a pretty difficult job to replace it due to cramped working area.
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Is the bellows supposed to be full of power steering fluid(atf)?


No. If there is fluid in them than the rack is leaking and will need to be replaced. Depending on how bad it is leaking you may be able to get by without fixing it for a while but eventually it will run out as fast as you can pour it in.

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I am leaking Transmission fluid as fast as I am putting it in. where are the hoses located to see if one of them is cracked.


The only "hoses" are the cooler hoses located on the front of the transmission.
Are you sure there is no leak coming from the Transmission Fluid Pan? These tend to leak first before anything.
Also is the Dip Stick/Filler Tube correctly inserted into the Transmission? Sometimes these are mistakenly taken out-of-place, and are not correctly seated, allowing new fluid to pour out.
The other place(s) to look are near and around the Solenoid (box-shaped on from of the Tranmission and around the Sensors. The Solenoid has a gasket that may be leaking. The Sensors have "O"-rings that also leak.
The best thing is to clean up any spilled fluid, jack-up and support the front of the vehicle and isolate where the fluid is comming from.

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Check the trans cool hoses from the trans to the radiator.
Try and find where the fluid is leaking from.
Let me know what you find.

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THERE IS NO DIPSTICK, THERE IS A RED CAP BELOW THE AIR TUBE BETWEEN THE AIR BOX AND THE THROTTLE BODY. UNSCREW IT AND THAT IS WHERE YOU PUT THE FLUID IN. TO CHECK THE FLUID YO NEED TO GET UNDER THE CAR WHILE IT IS ON A LEVEL SURFACE AND REMOVE THE 11MM PLUG (THAT IS JUST UNDER THE PASSENGER SIDE CV AXLE) WHILE THE CAR IS IDLING. FLUID SHOULD DRIBBLE OUT, NOT GUSH OUT.

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POWER STEERING LEAKING FUILD


It could be a bad seal on the rack - jack the car up, get underneath (use jackstands for safety), and have someone pour fluid in - maybe you can see where it's leaking.

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