Question about 2000 Chrysler Concorde
its down on tranny fluid still and probably was just about completely out. check the transmission fluid with the car idling in park, set park brake, check fluid. if it doesent show or barely, add ONE quart of fluid. restart and check where the level is. and 1/2 cups at a time now. keep doing this untill the fluid is at the top mark, be careful and dont overfill it. This could be signs of a new problem or a leak. park it on a piece of cardboard overnight and look at the cardboard in the morning. study where its leaking, tighten the hose or it may need a new gasket. buy a haynes or chilton manual for the car and study how to put a pan gasket off and on , its easy but it takes time and patience. the transmission is the weakness in these models of cars. dont drive it untill you put more fluid in it or take it into a tranny shop if your unsure.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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