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Transmission gasket leaking

Leaking fliud

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Very easy BUT messy to replace.. A filter and gasket kit is less than $20. Just remove all of the bolts on the transmission pan with a drain pan underneath... Replace the filter inside. Clean the pan and transmission surfaces and install with the new gasket. Do not use gasket sealer unless instructed to... Then re-fill with recommended fluid. Check fluid level with engine running.

Posted on Apr 18, 2014

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    Lori Montoya Apr 18, 2014

    ok that was my first problem. lol. now heres another doozer.. I am not proud to say this but i have ran out of gas numerous times before and im thinking this last time was ALL BAD.. well i put gas in it and now it wont start. it cranks over

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    Lori Montoya Apr 18, 2014

    but wont start

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    Lori Montoya Apr 18, 2014

    ive tried to unlock the doors manually cuz i read about the security ignition lockout butim still stummped

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    Lori Montoya Apr 18, 2014

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