Question about 2001 Toyota Celica
Your vehicle is old enough that seals made of rubber get stiff and brittle. There are products offered in most department stores that can help limit the leaking by restoring some of the softness to the rubber. They rarely will completely stop a leak, but if you don't mind
occasional fluid level checks instead of paying thousands for a fix, these products, such as Lucas Transmission Fix, will help with the leak. Follow directions on the bottle and don't worry too much about overfilling the tranny... doesn't generally hurt anything to go a little over since it's not a pressurized system.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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