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Trans fluid leaking from line going into radiator can I fix this myself

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It depends on where the leak is. if there is enough room to splice a piece of hose on it then you can just cut it and add a piece of gas line hose to it. make sure you double clamp it at each end

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Most of them are hoses clamped on if is yes easy to repair, unclamp hose on both ends replace with new hose & clamps

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Installed a new radiator - now a small trans fluid leak at bottom of radiator where trans fluid enters radiator.


You didn't get anything cross-threaded, hopefully? I don't know year--make--model--engine size of vehicle?

Usually when I mount a new radiator, I set the radiator in place, then hook up the tranny lines, first, before the radiator mounts, incase I need to move the radiator a little, to get the threads on the tranny lines to match up with fitting threads on the radiator. I usually tighten the tranny lines last.

Take the leaking line loose, check to see if threads look ok? You may have to take radiator mount loose, so you can move the radiator a little to get threads to match up properly. I haven't used thread tape on plastic lines, I guess you could try it, if else fails?

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You are leaking transmission fluid from either the fluid cooling lines that run from transmission to a separate reservoir in the radiator, or leaking from the reservoir itself. Hopefully, it's only the lines and may just need tightening to stop the leak.
There are two lines to the radiator's reservoir. One brings fluid from transmission to the reservoir, and a return line back into the transmission. Probably located on driver's side of the radiator, one will be near top of radiator, and one near the bottom. Small copper or steel lines that may also turn into rubber lines. Clean the area well with rags to locate the leak. Will probably need to have the car running to make it leak, while looking for it. You could also take a wrench and try tightening the fittings at the radiator, and tighten any rubber hose clamps that you see. If it's not the lines or hoses that are leaking, then the radiator may need to be pulled off for repairs or replacement. But 9 times out of ten, it is a leak from one of the lines.
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I have a red fluid leek at the front of my car(2001 Montana Pontiac) God know's I can not aford this, can I fix it myself ? I have a appointment at 1 today can you help


It sounds like a transmission line has gone bad. Its not an easy fix it takes special tools and time to trace down. It may be best for a mechanic to do it.

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this is tranny fluid. ive had the problem myself. its most likely a hose that goes from the tranny to the tranny cooler that is located at the front of the car and is sometimes part of your radiator. get this fixed ASAP

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if you have trans fluid leaking from the radator I would check the line connections if not leaking from there than you will need a new radator or have it recondtioned.

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I have a leak somewhere in the tranny line on my 88 mercury cougar. how do I check for certain? every morning there is a puddle of tranny fluid underneath the car. It still has fluid in it and shifts but...


To make this as simple as possible, the trans lines go from trans to radiator back to trans. The question is where is puddle? If near radiator, then radiator must be going bad or you have a crack in radiator where trans fluid circulates. If in front of trans then front seal in trans is bad, if in middle then pan gasket bad, if in rear the rear seal bad. Hope this helps.

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It sounds like the Transmission line has a leak. Check the transmission line from the transmission to the radiator. You have two steel lines which runs to and from the transmission to the transmission cooler in the radiator. The line could be corroded and may need to be replaced, good luck and service the transmission too. The transmission on the transport are know to have problems when ran low on fluid or dirty transmission filter.
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