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Chevy astro is spitting out transmission dipstick and fluid

I changed the fluid about 10,000 miles ago now it spray's fluid out the dipstick when I drive I used dexron mercron fluid I was told that wasn't the problem

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  • juniorhall09 Jun 14, 2009

    yes it was hot i have never seen a trans do this it spitt all the fluid out until none shown on the dipstick

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U may have overfilled the trans, was the fluid hot (at least 180 degrees Farhrenheit) before you topped it off, if not u could have added over one quart to much fluid.

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