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Transmission fluid look like chocolate milk

I have a 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan and I checked the transmission fluid looked like chocolate milk and car got hot

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Do a filter change ,or beeter yet go to trans shop let them do it and flush and filter system

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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if its leeking it will be low on fluid and it will get hot make sure you check it when its running in park

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The 2000 dodge grand caravan has two lines running from a cylinder just to the right and bottom of the radiator. it looks like power steering fuel runs through


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My 2008 dodge grand caravan oil looks like lowfat light chocolate milk?


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Where do I put the transmission fluid in a 2000 dodge grand caravan with a 3.3 liter engine??


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A good place to start would be a fluid and filter change, and be sure you use proper (recommended) fluid. Then I would remove connectors to solenoids, modules etc, on transmission and clean them well with contact/electrical cleaner. Disconnect battery prior just for sake of safety & to make sure no circuits get shorted while doing it.Then give it a try, and see if any improvement. If still acting up, I'd spend a few bucks on at least having diagnosed by a knowledgeable technician at a dealership, or a transmission repair chain. Sometimes it can be a solenoid or speed sensor, or something not too expensive. Once you have proper diagnosis, then make your decision.

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Transmission slipping in drive and transmission whining.


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