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1999 plymouth voyager water in trani fluid

Hi and thank you for any help you may be. In short I was driving down the road when the car over heated. I found a water oil mix in the over flow reserve. I checked my oil it was fine ... I checked my tranifluid and found a mix of water in it.... could this be a seal or som thing like that? and where may I find a repair manuale to look at on line for free... Dillon

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  • shockkatie3 Feb 17, 2009

    My van overheats and stays overheated we bought a new radiator and a new thermastat the fan works what could be the problem?

  • shockkatie3 Feb 17, 2009

    my van does the same thing and i put a new radiator in it and a new thermastat still does the same thing it overheats and stays overheated the fan works what is the problem with this thank you.

  • lube99 Feb 21, 2009

    99 voyager overheated coolant mixed with trans, trans fluid mixed with coolant and the water pump seems to be making a noise now too. Also my power steering fluid got forced out the unit.

  • Netpusher May 11, 2010

    It is doubtful that there would be a mix of trani oil and water. I have read that there could be a leak of engine oil in the water cause by camshaft sensor. Anyone else know of this?

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Your radiator has another little radiator inside the main radiator this is called transmission cooler seems to be than the cooler has a hole or is broken the main reason for this to happend is becasue the antifreeze or coolant is not been serviced at least every 50k miles or when you mix wo diferent coolants like diferent colors they get contaminated and create acids and start corrosion in the coolant system have the radiator replaced and flush the cooling system wiht lost of water then add only the designated antifreeze on greeen coolant 50/50 mix they sell it allready mix but if you but the one is not mix mix it with 50/50 coolant and destilated water but i recomend to buy 50/50/ green coolant

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  • fernando arevalo Jun 01, 2008

    also have the transmission fluid serviced

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Mopar minivans have a habit of the tranny cooler in the radiator rupturing and letting coolant into the tranny. Sometimes tranny performance can be affected. A simple solution is an aftermarket tranny cooler. That is very quick and a lot less expensive than a new radiator.

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I have a plymouth voyager and it has Transmission fluid in the radiator would need a new Transmission

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