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Coolant leaking from driver side of car onto transmission

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If you mean the coolant is going into the transmission system then it may be the cause of a blown gasket. Now if you meant that it is going onto the transmission system, that is on the surface of it, then it is a possible cause of leak from a connection point, could be a rubber tube bringing coolant around the engine is leaking at the point of entry to the engine or else it is split. Hope this helps.

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