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Transmission leak but not from the pan on the bottom pan

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If not leaking from pan. have you checked the tranny lines. if not leaking from lines check tranny seal.

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Hi Peter, the transmission runs fine as long as it has fluid but leaks out from the bottom not sure if it is the pan. I saw two holes possible in the pan. 2003 Chrysler Voyager. Is there a pump in the...


The pump is inside

Sounds like you need to get a used transmission
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If your loosing fluid & drive it you will ruin it in
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The gaskets are on the botton oil pan,the side drive axle
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I have fluid leaking from the bottom of the transmission. Could it be a seal, gasket or do I have to replace the transmission?


What vehicle?
What leaks?

There is no reason to replace anything but the
pan gasket or side case drive axle seals, if you have a front
wheel drive transaxle

You have to get under these vehicles & provide
some info.

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BAD TRANSMISSUION LEAK


Check the axle shaft seals where the two drive axles enter the transaxle. If leaking there the axle will have to be removed to replace the seal.
Look at the bottom pan of transaxle. If leaking from pan gasket, the pan will have to be removed and transmission drained to replace pan gasket.
There is a transaxle main shaft seal on the front of transaxle, hidden by the bellhousing that mounts to rear of engine.. If the shaft seal is leaking, fluid will be dripping from bottom of bellhousing, and when inspection cover is removed, fluid will be evident inside the bellhousing.
Check also the transmission fluid cooling lines, where the two lines exit the transaxle case, and go to front of car to an external cooler mounted in front of radiator, or going into a separate reservoir in the radiator.

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I need to know where the transmission filter goes on my 2004 hyundia sonata 4 cycle.


Trans filter is attached to bottom of transmission. You must drain & remove transmission pan to access it.

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Red fluid dripping from bottom of car, is comming from a black cover (maybe transmision oil?)


Red fluid it auto matic transmission fluid. The black cover is the bottom of the transmission where the transmission filter is. Most of the time.. unless you recently had the transmission filter changed is inthe hose area where the hoses fromthe radiator connect to the transmission.

It is still quite possible for your transmission pan gasket to be leaking. Most of the time people think that by just tightening up the bolts that they fix the leak when in fact the over torque the boltrs and it leaks even more. If the transmission pan gasket is leaking buy a new gasket making sure the bolts are tightened per the manufactures torques.

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Transmission fluid leaking from bottom of transmission/not transmission pan steady drip!


It is NOT the transmission pan gasket or bolts ?
You have 2 trany line coolers, 1 fill tube, and the tailshaft seal, all could be culprits.
I would say clean the botton of the trany pan off completely, and see if it leaks WITHOUT the truck running.
Then start the truck and see if it leaks, if not, then put it in drive, and see if it is leaking.
Please let me know so I may help you further.

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Transmission oil pan sets very low, you probably bottomed out and cracked the pan. Do not drive. Replace pan, gasket and bolts.

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how easily dies the shifter move? if it feels as if there is no pressure, then possibly the cable is broken. have you had the fluid level checked? maybe there is a leak you are unaware of.

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