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Sounds like a bad head gasket and possibly water pump. The repair cost is high so determine if it is worth fixing.
Posted on Nov 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try cleaning out your intake (get some stp throttle body cleaner) try running some fuel cleaner through you gas tank, check you air filter. maybe you could replace your spark plugs and wires. these are just a couple of things I could think of that could cause it.
Posted on May 15, 2008
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sounds like you have a problem with the head or head gasket.Pulled out the spark plugs and see if you have any showing signs of leakage from head/gasket.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
If it is leaking from the top area of the plate, and you have drum brakes...then the wheel cylinder is leaking.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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Get a drill driven pump from an auto parts store to **** the fluid out of the transmission's fluid level dip stick. Then add fluid through the same hole to fill until the full level is found on the dipstick.
Manual Transmission Lubricant Manny manual transmissions use gear oil viscosity of about SAE 80W or 90 grade. This is a gear oil viscosity and has nothing to do with motor oil viscosity. For instance, SAE 80W gear oil can have the same viscosity characteristics as SAE 40 or 50 motor oil. However, not all-manual transmissions use gear oil. For years, Chrysler Corporation specified the use of automatic transmission fluid in their manual transmission vehicles. Some transaxles, both foreign and domestic, use either ATF or engine oil to lubricate the transmission. For this reason, it is always best to consult your owner's manual or your dealer if you are unsure about what sort of lubricant to use in your manual transmission.
Find the transmission fill cap and remove as much fluid as possible using a drill operated pump or a hand pump.
Then, add gear lubricant as required until full using a funnel.
Sometimes there is no fill dipstick or conventional fill cap, but must remove the speedometer gear to get at the fluid.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
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