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Have gaskets replaced.

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Hi Sandra:
Normally if oil or transmission fluid mixes with coolant it will turn milky looking like a milkshake. Your leak must be pretty fresh. from your description that it is coming out of the coolant overflow I am thinking you have a radiator transmission cooler leaking into the cooling system.

You will need a new radiator and possibly all the coolant hoses if they have become soft from the transmission fluid.

In most cases if your getting transmission fluid in the radiator it is cause by a bad transmission cooler that is built into the radiator and the fix is to replace the radiator.

The repair will change in price from where the leak is coming from. If the pan is leaking or the rear seal your looking at $100.00 or less. If the front seal is leaking then around $550.00. The most common leak is the pan gasket. Also if the transmission fluid and filter have not been replaced in the last 30,000 miles and the pan is leaking then I suggest doing this also why the pan is off .

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I had to change the motor and some of the tranmission fluid leaked out how do i add some back if i cant find the dip stick


There should be a fill plug on side of trans pan. Fill it until it just starts to run out the fill hole.

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Tranmission in city driving tends to stay in 2nd gear after stopping ,what eletronic could this be, pull over turn it off and its restart and its fine


shifting solenoid inside the transmission, above the pan on the interior, you'd have to remove the shifting assembly (sounds worse than it is as long as you are mechanically inclined, have proper drain pans, newspapers, plenty of rags and a good jack with stands.,.)
It might not be that, check the fluid quality and level first.
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Notice on driveway tranmission fluid leaking check t f top off also first gear hard shift took to DOBBS HAD CHECK OUT WAS TOLD tranmission seal on back side was leaking bad also oil pan gasket leaking...


u get a second look your self by looking at the transmission u dont have to take anything apart to find the leak the oil pan is easy so check that one first if u see any fluid on or around the pan then the seal is shot that dont mean the tranny will burn up, just keep an eye on the fluid level second the rear transmission seal is located at the back of the tranny where the rear drive shaft slips into the transmission if you notice fluid around there and on the drive shaft thats leaking also but like i said just because u have a few minor leaks dont mean the tranny will blow up just as long as you keep an eye on the fluid level. do your home work and find a good transmission shop that will gaureentee the there work at a decent price.

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Tranmission leaking on top,lost almost all gears


Are you saying ATF is coming out of filler tube or is it coming out of a vent hole? Could be that cooler failed and its pouring coolant into tranny Possibly,tranny back flow valves are defective and letting ATF drain into pan . Basically take the vehicle to a transmission repair shop.

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Transmission Leak


Tal, The dipstick tube does have a cup seal that is used to seal the tube to the transmission case. They can leak, you would have to remove the bolt on the transmission bell housing, pull the tube up out of the hole and replace the seal.
The plug you refer to is for pressure testing. It is a pipe plug fitting that can be resealed with teflon tape from the hardware store.
Good luck let me know.
PS. make sure the transmission fluid level is not over full.
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