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Pushig transmission fluid up the breather hsoe

Changed everything lines and all still blowing fluid up the breather hose how to fix it

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You have way to much in the transmission who added this much

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SOURCE: 1998 chevy blazer 4.3 auto

Did you over fill it? if you did its got to go someware, its always better to run it a little under full than a little over. When the oil gets hot it expands and if there is to much it will blow it out.

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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trans filter might be clogged

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

SOURCE: The lower transmission cooling line rubber

I am sorry, but you're going to have to replace that line with a new one. The leak is damaging to your system, and allows bubles to enter the system. BAD thing. The BEST deals are at Autozone, Advanced Auto, O'Riely's, or Pep Boys. They should not cost more than $22.00 a piece. There are TWO (2) of them and they are both pressurised. Hope this helps, if not please ask again with addition information. Thanks for callin FixYa.com

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SOURCE: transmission blows fluid out of the breather hose

overfull. check level when hot and in park

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SOURCE: pickup chev 96 s 10 has transmission oil leak blows oil out? How do i fix.

your filter is plugged

Posted on Nov 25, 2012

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Chevrolet recommends that the transmission fluid be changed every 50,000 miles, but Chevy intended the transmission to be serviced only by authorized repair shops. For this reason, the HHR does not feature a transmission fluid dipstick. However, the HHR's transmission fluid can still be checked without exotic tools.

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Transmission blows fluid out of the breather hose


overfull. check level when hot and in park

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How to check transmission fluid


Checking the Transmission Fluid
  • It is important to check the fluid level only after the fluid has circulated throughout the transmission by shifting through the gears. Failing to allow the fluid to circulate will result in a false fluid level reading. Turn the engine on and shift through each of the transmission's gears with the brake pedal depressed and the parking brake applied. The car should be allowed to idle in each gear position for approximately five seconds. Turn the engine off, then climb underneath the passenger's side of the vehicle. A small plug is located on the passenger's side of the transmission. Remove this plug with a wrench. Turn the engine on and observe whether any fluid drips out of the transmission plug's opening. If fluid does begin to drip from the plug opening, the transmission does not require additional fluid. Turn the engine off and install the transmission plug.
Adding Transmission Fluid
  • If fluid did not begin to drip out of the transmission's plug, transmission fluid must be added. Turn the engine off, then remove the black breather cap from the top of the transmission. The circular breather cap twists into the transmission. Twist the cap in a counterclockwise direction until it detaches from the transmission. Because of the lack of clearance between the breather cap's opening and the bottom of the vehicle, transmission fluid cannot be poured into the breather cap opening. Attach a fluid pump to a quart-sized container of new transmission fluid. Insert the pump's hose into the transmission through the breather cap's opening. Turn the engine on, then actuate the pump until fluid just begins to drip out of the plug's opening on the side of the transmission. Screw the breather cap onto the top of the transmission, then install the plug with a wrench.

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#1) Oil and Filter Change.

#2) Transmission Filter & Gasket Also Transmission Flush and new transmission fluid.

#4) Complete Brake Inspection Replace if Needed. Also Flush out Brake System with new Fluid.

#5) Inspect Front End for Worn Parts, Check for Alignment--Inspect Tires .Replace if Nessary otherwise Rotate.

#6) Check Wheel Bearings Front and Rear.or Struts -Shocks-

#7) Check and Flush out Power Steering Fluid. with new Fluid. Change power steering filter if Equiped.

#8) Inspect. ignition System, Replace all replaceable Parts. Or only the Damaged.

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#11) Inspect Radiator and Heater Hoses .Replace.

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#17) Replace Drive Belt (Serpitine) or Drive Bels.

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