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Leaking transmission after 60,000 miles on 04 2.7 auto trans.

Today i parked my car at a friends house for about 25 minutes went outside and there was a big long strip of red fluid (transmission fluid) going down his street i moved my car and seen if it would stop leaking and it did so i had drove the car home immediately and parked it shut if off looked under the car and the front cross member was covered in fluid and dripping off transmission....... i do not know if it is the transmission but i sure hope not this really makes me mad considering i just hit 60,007 miles today

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It could be the trans pump

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