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Tranny fluid rapidly leaking. Could a hose be unhooked?? the other day my tranny fluid completely drained. I filled it back up and as soon as the vehicle is engaged into gear it pours out. What do you suggest??

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  • umback_2007 Jun 30, 2009

    the car has not moved. i have not been driving it since this incident. antifreeze and tranny are the only 2 to the radiator, correct?? do you have an estimate of a price this would cost?



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Get fixed asap if you let tranny run dry will burn it out check hoses going to radiator-vacuum modulator pan gasket fill tube oring etc get fixed asap!!

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