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My transmission is leaking from the front of the truck,but it stills run,and drives,but how can i stop the leak,and where do i find it.

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Check the transmission cooler lines that run from your transmission to the radiator,they usually have a quick connect in-line, i have seen these lines leak alot,hope this helps

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 Silverado: I'm leaking transmission fluid but it seems to be ...

there is a transmission fluid cooler built into the radiator of your truck, which means there are steel lines that run from the side of your transmission up to the radiator, on the passenger side of the truck. the lines are a common leak point due to corrosion. depending on where the leak is, the lines can sometimes be patched, but they sometimes need to be replaced (or fabricated). good luck!

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kickermassen, It sounds like you have a heater core leak and this is why there is a leak from the right wheel well. This is generally the area that the drain tube for the airbox is located. Yes it is safe to drive provided that you keep an eye on the level of the coolant on a daily basis. Also, being that it is a small leak and happening only when the truck is running, watching the level is very important. No, driving any slower will not slow down the progression of the leak, it will only get worse with time. So do the repair as soon as you can and you should not have any engine damage. Good luck with this.

Posted on Jun 12, 2011

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