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What causes transmission fluid to be in ur antifreeze where is that coming from

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If your vehicle is an automatic transmission, tranny cooling lines go into radiator to cool trans fluid, there must be a leak in the radiator

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I have a 99 Volvo S80 which I just had a transmission replaced 4 months ago. This morning for the first time the transmission slipped coming from a stand still. After driving for awhile it started to get...

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On one of the tanks on the radiator you have two hosed that come from your transmission. This tank is your transmission cooler. Inside the plastic on the radiator you have a metal tube through which your transmission fluid pases through. That tube is surrounded by coolant/antifreeze which is used to cool your transmission fluid. A rupture in the tube would case fluids to mix possibly causing damage to the transmission.

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Antifreeze has a white millky substance to it especially in coolant bottle and in hoses. Mechanic say that radiator is failing. Is this true?

Check the oil and also transmission fluid, one of them should also be milky. If it's the oil that is also milky then most likely cause is blown headgasket. If it's transmission fluid, then the radiator probably has failed in the transmission cooler section. If the transmission fluid is milky, then you also need to have the fluid flushed and the trans. filter changed after fixing the radiator.

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I have a reddish pink color fluid coming from under the front of my car what could that be from? transmission?

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Milky, means water have mixed w/ ur transmission fluid! There must be some leak during the cooling process in the oil cooling system! It goes through the main engine radiator, there must be some holes that water seeps through the transmission tube! Go to ur nearest garage to check on it before the damage in ur transmission could get big!

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When white smoke is spewing from your exhaust, it is usually an indication that something is burning. The typical culprit is a burning fluid from the vehicle, but other causes are possible.

Oil, transmission fluid and antifreeze are the three fluids most likely to be the cause of white smoke coming from your exhaust. Ruptured seals, leaky bolts and blown gaskets can expose oil to hot spots, making it burn. Pinholes or loose lines can cause antifreeze to spray on the engine, while transmission fluid can be sucked into the engine and burn

Here is a form of solution or prevention which can help you out;
Keep your fluids at the appropriate level and change them at the recommended intervals to reduce leaks and maintenance issues. Use the proper types of fluids as well. The wrong transmission fluid can cause your gears to stick and wear down, while the wrong oil can reduce lubrication on the engine and cause internal damage. Improper mixture or wrong type of antifreeze can cause overheating.

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