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Transmission Fluid Leak

I have a 92 Toyota Camry LE and my transmission fluid is leak, like a lot of fluid is running out when the car come on and I can't shift gears or anything and when I put more in it runs out....How do I fix that?

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  • yolanda22101 Jul 02, 2009

    it's over on the driver side I believe...

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Sounds like a bad seal .is it leaking where the transmition connects to the engine

Posted on Mar 09, 2012

  • elcrow181 Mar 09, 2012

    Try using lucas stop leak

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Red fluid is what your looking for.clean area with bk clean and recheck .domt run car with Leak like that .trans I slots of bucks
after fix change fluid every 30000 miles.and filter

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Sounds like you have a bad seal is it on the right or leftside

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