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Rubber line the rubber line that was rubbed into has transmission fluid dripping out of it where would it go toward the front of the truck

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Are you sure this is not a vent hose?

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check your tranny cooler lines that go to radiator

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SOURCE: i have transmission fluid leaking

Hmmmm, The tube running to the firewall may just be an elevated vent for the trans, but it should noyt vent into the passenger compartment. Are you sure it isn't brake fluid? Brake fluid is used for the clutch as well as brakes. if either brake or clutch cylinders leak it would or could be possible the fluid will enter through the firewall and run down the nearest thing.. Ck that out, you can tell by smell which it is. brake fluid will wash off with water, gear oil will not. good luck

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SOURCE: 2000 ford expedition is leaking radiator fluid

Sometimes gone by the cap because they do not seal well rediador and sometimes the plastic is cracking and radiator when the radiator pressure starts picks abot antifreeze or water

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Ken   Camas, Washington kjlusa@gmail.com

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