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Tramission is dumping fluid , the rear is not leaking, or the front seal is not leaking Sooo!what could the problem be?

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    You can answer your question better than anyone. You can see it. Clean everything up and take a good look. inspect the lines and check to make sure it's not leaking inside the radiator. Run it and watch and take it for a short run and check for wet spots or signs of leakage. Anything leaking has to leave some evidence behind!!! Anyone here can only guess where the leak is...there are too many possibilities.

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It could be coming up the dip stick pipe? if the box is getting over heated becouse the oil cooler is blocked then the gear oil will boil up and in time it will cook your gear box up to the point it wont work any more
if your driving it very hard and its slipping a bit it will get very hot the oil boils away,,, as smoke!

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