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Flowing when the car's on n in park position,i heard like a water flowing down on the floor somewhere...is the same when it's start on drive

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    I also hear water flowing under the floor on the front passenger side.

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Check transmisson fluid levels,sounds a bit low.please let us know if this solved your problem.adrian

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When service operations are required, the BTSI system can be overridden.
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