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That was not the oil pan.... the fluid is light red to pink, and smells like oil...thats not tranny fluid is it? the dip stick that shows empty says differential fluid..

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The color of that you are referring to is ATF fluid used for power steering and automatic transmission fluid.

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Where is the place to put automatic tranny fluid?


Most cars have a tube-like device with a removable fluid level checking "dip stick" in it connected to the transmission. The d stick has fluid level marks on its very tip showing low to full. You wipe the d stick clean insert it with the motor running in park gear. Insert and remove and take a look at the end of the d stick. Your looking for wetness of oil and this gives you the actual level of oil in the tranny. Compare the wetness to markings on the stick to tell if you need to add more ATF oil to the unit or not. Add a 3rd of a quart at a time and recheck until the wetness is at the full mark - if low on fluid. This dip stick and tube is usually spotted easily by looking for its special knob end - which can be yellow, red or have TRANS written on it somewhere around the motor area - and don't confuse the motor oil dip stick for the one you're looking for. Some cars have no such device. Checking then become a mechanics chore once the car is up on a lift. This link shows great products to assure years longer transmission life. Hope this helps. http://www.auto-tune-up-and-repair-options.com/Transmission-Help.html

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I found out when I took it apart the valve body to check things in it that the 3-4 shift accumulator valve spring was broken in half in the valve body causing it not to shift into 3 or 4 overdrive correctly which in time burn out the clutches and torque converter. This accumulator vale is a pump in which keeps a constant pressure there for the 3rd and 4 th speed shift when it calls for it as you drive. To check to see if this spring is in cracked or broken drop the main tranny oil pan and fluid, then remove the 5 torx screws from the metal plate there on the valve body be careful not to drop the spring and the piston when removing the plate off, there might be some slight pressure on the plate if the spring isn't broken.
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The transmission oil does not drain back. When cold the oil dipstick shows it over full. On short trips the oil comes out of the vent.


sounds like u have over fill the tranny with fluid,Transmission fluid is checked while the vehicle is running and in park let the motor/transmission heat up to normal operating temp.pull dip stick and see where the fluid is, it should be right around the full mark,just as long as it is in the hash marks on the dip stick is fine NEVER CHECK TRANNY FLUID WHEN IT IS COLD OR ENG IS NOT RUNNING on automatic tranny this will result in a in false reading.
If u have over filled it u have to drain some of the fluid out this is a messy job put a large contaner like a tub for draining oil from the eng.trnny's do not have drain plugs sooo u have to very carfully unbolt the oil pan not all the way though just a enough to let some fluid drain out,u might have to use a small flat blade screw driver to pry lose the oil pan Becareful not to damage the gasket,when u go to retighten the bolts,tighten them figer tight then about a quarter turn with a wenrch do not over tighten this will cause a weak,,hope this helps

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It feels like the tranny is slipping when you


you could have damage or excessive wear in the tranny or you could just have crud blocking some passages or the fluid intake filter ... if there are no other signs of damage .. like particles on the dip stick or a burnt smell or darkened fluid then you could try the transmition forced cleaning service (flush) (available at many auto shops ) .. thats where they force a cleaning fluid thru all the lines and torque converter ... thats all done without even removing the pan ... they back flush the filter but dont usually replace it .. (you have to drop the pan to do that ) .. the trany flush cost a little over $100 .. so its a gamble .. if there is excessive wear or other damage then it wont help .. a mechanic with experience in transmitions could make a better judgment by looking .. if the fluid smells bad or is dark or cruddy then it is not likely fixable by just cleaning .. of course make sure you have the proper amount of fluid right now .. low fluid can cause your simptoms as well .. dont mix fluid types ... use only the recommended type ..
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