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My chrysler grand voyager wont go into gear and there is a milky brown water in the radiator why?

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  • ferrar5 Sep 09, 2010

    the car listed is not my car i have a chrysler grand voyager 3.3 automatic p reg will it still be the same problem?



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Your vehicle is equipped with a transmission cooler that it integral to the radiator. it sounds as though the integral internal cooler has ruptured, mixing the fluids. if this is the case, you will need to change the radiator and flush the cooling system and transmission fluid. good luck!

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  • Geoff Walton Sep 10, 2010

    yes it is the same system.



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