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Trasmittion fluid I put 5 qarts of transmittion fluid, and a day later it's gone

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With a leak like that, a blind guy should be able to find it!!!
Have you looked underneath? Only other places it could go would be into the cooling system (look in radiator) or into transfer case (that much would have already given you a problem) The only way it could get into the engine would be through a vacuum control (moduator) and as far as I know you don't have one and if you did there would be lots of smoke coming out the tail pipe

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