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Transmission and engine with water.....i am thinking in clean and add new oils...cvt oil and a good engine oil.....will work fine after this job

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If fluids are mixing you may be looking at gasket replacements or total overhaul..if trans oil is in the antifreeze, cooling line in radiator is broken/leaking...do a compression test on all cylinders and compare with each other as well as specs for the car..my bet is on the engine gaskets...good luck

Posted on Jan 19, 2013

  • silvester Jan 19, 2013

    thanks jerome.....they took water from the air filter......i am changing oil and cleaning inside the transmission , it will work fine?

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