Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I believe transmission fluid is leaking at the front of the engine at the coolant system it is dripping off the front bumper
Most likely it is leaking where it connect to the Trans cooler behind the front grill. If the trans lines use clamps you will most likely just need to tighten them up. If it uses quick disconnect fittings you will need to buy a set of quick disconnect tools about 10$ at auto parts store pull the leaking line off and replace the seal inside the line. Good Luck I hope that helps.
Posted on May 10, 2014
If you just look , you can see what leaks.
why not just look and not ask the blind to guess.
but sure A'TF lines are there, whats there, who knows.
might have mods for trailer pulling, we cant see what.
the pressure are low, so its very bad leak, dont drive it.
less $3000 tranny is cheap?
Posted on Feb 15, 2015
Trans cooler of it has one.
Posted on Feb 15, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just a heads up, $10 bucks will buy you a seal kit for the P.S. pump. I topped mine off for a couple months, then the oring on the high pressure line (from pump, front center) blew and dumped the reservoir in a matter of miles.
The line can be a stinker to get off, recommend driving the car for a few minutes to heat up the pump a little. Don't forget the 20MM wrench.
Posted on May 14, 2009
Check both connections to make sure they are tight. Look carefully to see if fluid is coming from the fitting or where the nipple comes out of the radiator...If leaking there it usually can be fixed by any decent radiator shop.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
remove gearbox from engine and then flywheel and then change crankshaft oil seal, not a job for the faint hearted. Could the oil be dripping down from the camshaft cover, this is more common and easier to sort
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
That is the area the air conditioner vent drains. There aren't a lot of fluids possible - coolant, power steering fluid and transmission fluid are the only ones that would be in that position unless your windshield washer fluid leaks from the tubing. Brake fluid would be closer to the wheels. If the air conditioner runs at all it removes moisture from the passenger compartment and drains near the passenger side firewall. All the other fluids would hae a definite smell.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
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