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Sebring leaked transmission fluid now wont start

Leaked transmission fluid now wont start

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Have you had the leak repaired and fluid replaced ?

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SOURCE: leaking transmission fluid on my 02 sebring 4cyl,

have u put it on a hoist top up fluid run it to see if it is the rad tank/cooler or return lines or seal of some sort

Posted on Dec 22, 2009

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You are talking about a tube, I assume you are referring to one of the cooling lines. If it is leaking at one of the terminals, usually at the transmission fluid cooler in front of the radiator, some times just tightening a little will take care of the problem. If the line is punctured, remove the line and take it to a hardware store like ACE Hardware or similar to have them install a pressure fitting. If you are to DIY, no need to remove the line. It can be done from under the vehicle. Either way, the cost of the repair will be about $10. If you take it to a Shop, God knows how much it'll be!!
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