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Transmission fluid back pressure

I have a 1964 t-bird. when i turn off the engine enven when its not put in gear, transmission fluid comes up and out of the filler tube. Can you help?

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Try replacing the filter on the transmisson also check to see if your transmisson cooler is plugged, you can do this by disconneting both cooler lines and putting air into one hole the air should blow out freely if not buy a after market cooler and install it.

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The plug may either be a nut or a recessed square, or even a hex recess.

Undo the drain plug and allow the transmission fluid to drain into a large plastic dish/container.

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I will enclose a picture of the transmission pan to show you how it works, there is a tube in the pan, when you remove the plug on the bottom of the pan it has a tube that sticks up and fluid flows all around it , the top of the tube is the correct level, so any fluid higher than tube will flow out. you want a small slow stream or dribble to come out. if no fluid flows out then you will add, to add i have enclosed a picture of the fill location, remove the cap and add slowly until it starts to flow out the bottom, do not put plug in until flow is slow or dripping, if you add a quart then run through gears again, and add more if needed,

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  1. Have car running.
  2. Place emergency brake on.
  3. The plug on the back of the transmission is I think 8mm. Just above the pan, remove it.
  4. If fluid comes out it is full. Plug it until next time.
  5. If fluid does not flow out then it is low. Using Mercon V Transmission Fluid and a funnel with a hose on it add fluid in that hoke until the fluid just barely seeps out the whole. Then it is full.
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  2. Start the engine.
  3. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
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  6. Remove the inspection plug from the transmission housing. Fluid is pipe will run out. If fluid continues to drip out, no additional fluid is needed. If only the fluid in the overflow pipe runs out, additional fluid is needed.
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