Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Pretty basic. If it's leaking that badly, you should have no problem locating the leak source. Line leaks are best done using compression fittings. (cut line and install). You can also use high pressure hose (like what's used when installing a trans cooler) slide it onto the line so there is at least three inches on each side of the line and use two mini-clamps with the screw parts opposite each other on each end.
If the leak is from the unit itself, each repair is different, some require trans removal. such as a front seal failure (fluid coming from the bellhousing.)
Hope it's just a line!
Once repaired, I recommend that you put in a container of lucas trans treatment to mitigate any ill effects of the run low condition as well.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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