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95 Jeep G Cherokee Pours Trans Fluid

I put Transmision fluid in and it just leaks out all over. I cannot seem to find where the leak may be coming from.

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  • kev859 Apr 10, 2009

    My problem is that four times I have replaced the transmission pan gasket and it still leaks. I have had it done by professionals twice and I have done it myself twice. The bolt areas of the pan were flattened to try to help with the problem but it still leaks.

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Have someone look underneath while you put fluid in. Unless you know where leak is, no one can help you fix it!

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