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I have 2004 intrepid and its leaking transmission fluid from the front of the car , actually under the radiator

Can you tell me the proplem ?

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Yes, you have a leaking problem.
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Posted on Nov 25, 2013

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SOURCE: trans, cooler ?

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You are correct. Almost all automatic cars have a transmission cooler connected to the radiator with 2 hoses, near the bottom. If the hoses are leaking or not installed correctly, all of the fluid from your transmission will get pumped out on the ground, and you won't be able to move the car. Inspect the two hoses and hopefully you will find your problem.

Posted on Feb 10, 2010

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