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2005 chevy van 2500 express is leaking tranmission fluid at pan

Chevy van 2005 2500 express is leaking transmission fluid at the pan

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Wipe everything clean and drive for a day to verify where the fluid is coming from. if it is coming from the pan then drain and remove the pan and replace the gasket. if not the replace the offending part or gasket.

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SOURCE: 1997 ford f140 2wd 4.6 automatic transmission is leaking, have replaced pan, gasket and rear seal what else will cause it to leak? leaking out rear of pan, you pour fluid in and it runs out without ev

On the front of your truck where your radiator is there is a transmission cooler,there are lines running from your transmission to that cooler they could be leaking, the transmission cooler is behind the grill on the front of your truck infront of your radiator, and as far as a stop leak, myself it is alot cheaper than buying a transmission, I would suggest that you use CD2 transmission stop leak, just a suggestion.

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did it come out of the dip stick? or around the tranny pan

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SOURCE: 1990 ford mustang lx 2.3L transmission

they dont have vent tubs they have vent caps and it is on top of trany just infont of tail cone

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you most likely have overheated the trans. and it has blown the fluid either out of the vent on top or out the dipstick tube its self. most cases just a top off and you should be good... there is also a tsb on re-routing the vent tube so it doesnt clog as easy

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you need to recheck the torque on the bolts to make sure they are tight enough

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