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I drove to the coast . On the way him the transmission dies no gears at all when I got out I looked under the car and the transmission fluid was leaking out and is now all gorn the question is wat should I do replace the gear box ???? Or wat

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It largely depends on whether you stopped and shut the car off and did not try to drive it any further. It may be as simple as replacing a blown trans cooler line. Find the cause of the leak first and go from there.
Good Luck.

Posted on Dec 01, 2014

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  • Michael Dec 01, 2014

    I did pull up and also I did try and drive it after it didn't go I got out looked under the car and fluid was coming from the bell housing I spoke to some one and thay said it was the pump and I am better of getting a new gear box

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    Bruce Bracey Dec 02, 2014

    Denpending on your vehicle the cost of a new transmission will cost anywhere from $1200 to $3500 installed. If you are ceratian it is a front pump seal, the transmission will have to be rebuit at the very least. If it has not been inspected, you may have a blown cooler line which would cost you $200 $400 to fix. Its up to you if the car is worth the investment or not. Good luck.

  • Michael Dec 03, 2014

    Your kind of right about the cost that's how much it would of costed me but I'm doing the work my self if it wasn't for this heavy rain I'd have the gear box out ready for the new second hand one so thanks for the assistance

  • Michael Dec 04, 2014

    Could any one tell me if the gear box out of a ba sadan the same as the rw drive teritorry need to know

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If you have never done this before,it may be best to take the truck to a shop or have some one with experience help you. You will need the truck up far enough to take out the transmission. The linkage and drive shaft has to be removed,then unbolt the transmission from the bell housing.Special tools may be needed to pull and replace the seal.
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