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2006 Chrysler T&C transmission leak

I have a 2006 Town & Country Limited edition. I noticed the past two days little drips on the garage floor. Popped the hood today and noticed that all down the transmission dip stick housing (outer part) was all covered and down on the transmission casing it was all covered. Then I also looked up underneath and noticed under the transmission pan that it was all oily like. It almost seems like the fluid was coming up out of the dip stick and dripping down....or am I just way off?

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A bolt most likely vibrated loose and is letting transmission fluid leak out. try finding it and tighten it back up. or your dipstick housing is loose and the pressure is allowing fluid to leak out.

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