Question about 2004 Dodge Neon
Vehicle overheated. Wound up with transmission in the coolant, tranny is shot. Why? Only 55 thousand miles on this 2004 Neon.
Same issue. tranny fluid is cooled via intercooler that runs along bottom of radiator. this developed a crack and because tranny fluid is under more pressure, started dumping tranny fluid into radiator. A couple guys recommended replacing rad, then servicing tranny just in case any coolant leaked backwards.
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
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