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Chrysler gearbox can u help me ? radiator has bust ang water is mixing with gearbox oil wot damage will this cause to the gearbox????will it basically kill it???

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  • kathryn_pear Jan 26, 2009

    Could the gearbox be flushed and still be ok or is it big time f****ed

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Yes it will

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  • ksmckee22 Jan 26, 2009

    yes it can be flushed an it may be ok. but is any more water going to get in it

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