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Transmission / transaxle??? There was a tranny leak and we found a hose that was completely disconnected . Someone said that there are five ports and 4 are for air and if we plug the tranny hose into the wrong one we will fill up the engine with fluid and blow it. CAN U HELP?? Can't find diagrams on the net.

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The envine wont fill with trans fluid as are bolth are seprate, call your local dealer they usually dont have a problem faxing schmatics out.

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I am replacing the transmission in my 03 sante fe. I cannot separate the motor from the tranny or the awd unit. What can I do?


Below are directions to remove the engine. The engine and transaxle assembly have to come out as one unit and they come out from the bottom:
REMOVAL 1. Remove the battery. Detach the air cleaner. Disconnect the engine harness connectors. A. Engine wiring connectors (alternator, starter, etc.) B. TPS connector C. Oil pressure gauge connector. D. Back up lamp switch connector. E. A/T solenoid, inhibitor switch connector. F. Coolant temperature sensor. G. Ignition coil, power TR connector. H. Idle speed control valve (ISC) connector. I. MAP and ATS connectors. J. Oxygen sensor connector. Drain the engine coolant. . For a vehicle with automatic transaxles, disconnect the transaxle oil cooler hoses, When disconnecting hoses, make identification marks to avoid making any mistake when installing them again Be careful not to spill any of oil or fluid out of the hoses. Plug the openings to prevent the entry of foreign material. Disconnect the radiator upper and lower hoses on the engine side then remove the radiator assembly. Disconnect the engine ground. . Disconnect the brake booster vacuum hose. Disconnect the heater hoses (inlet and outlet) on the engine side.
Disconnect the accelerator cable at the engine side. Using a special tool, remove the main fuel line at the delivery pipe (supply/return). . Disconnect the speedometer cable from the transaxle. Disconnect the clutch cable or
control cable from the transaxle.Disconnect the power steering suction hose and return hose from the pump. Detach the steering dust cover in the engine compartment and then disconnect the gear box universal joint bolt. Make sure to make identification marks between the universal joint and the gear box for reassembly. . Raise the vehicle and then remove the front tire. 17. Remove the calliper assembly from the knuckle.Using wire, hang it from the suspension..Loosen the strut lower bolts and then remove it. Remove the front muffler bolts.Remove the transaxle control rod and extension rod (M/T only).Put the special fixture on the T/M jack . and then adjust it to the sub-frame. Check that all the cables, harness connector and hose are disconnected from the engine and transaxle assembly.Remove the engine mounting bracket and the transaxle mounting bracket. Remove the sub-frame installation bolts. Lower the engine and transaxle assembly on the jack then, remove the front roll stopper and the rear roll stopper..Remove the engine and transaxle assembly as a unit.

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1996 subaru legacy wagon 2.2 AWD leaking tranny fluid out of bell housing. Transmission lines not leaking. Assume it's coming off of the shaft on the torque converter. What seals could be leaking? & can...


I'm not sure about what gasket to check, but I've always left my manual tranny's connected to the transaxles and removed the axles at the transaxle. This made simpler by popping the ball joints out, thus allowing the hub assembly to swing away. Hope this helps.

Jan 20, 2014 | 1996 Subaru Legacy

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Transmission oil coming out the funnel


If you mean it is coming out of the fill/dipstick tube, then quit driving this car. You will trash the transmission, if it hasn't already happened. Usually when this happens the transmission cooler inside the radiator has busted, and is pumping coolant into the transmission. Then again I have seen some people just overfill it to the extreme. But either way it needs to be checked. This involves dropping the transmission oil pan.

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How to change a radiator


1988–91 Models
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Properly drain the cooling system into a suitable container.
  3. Disconnect the fan motor and motor connector.
  4. Disconnect the upper and lower radiator hoses.
  5. Disconnect and plug the automatic transaxle cooling lines at the radiator, if equipped.
  6. Disconnect the coolant reservoir overflow hose.
  7. Remove the radiator attaching bolts and brackets.
  8. Remove the radiator with the cooling fan attached.
  9. Remove the cooling fan and shroud from the radiator. NOTE: Check all cooling system hoses for any signs of damage, leaks or deterioration and replace if necessary. To install:
  10. Attach the cooling fan and shroud to the radiator and install the assembly.
  11. Attach the radiator bolts and brackets. Tighten the radiator bracket bolts to 7 ft. lbs. (10 Nm).
  12. Connect the coolant reservoir overflow hose.
  13. Connect the automatic transaxle cooling lines to the radiator, if equipped.
  14. Connect the upper and lower radiator hoses.
  15. Connect the fan motor and thermo-switch wire connector.
  16. Refill the system with the proper type and quantity of coolant, check for leaks and bleed the cooling system.
  17. Reconnect the negative battery cable. Fig. 7: Cooling system components — 1988–91 engines 86833085.gif
1992–95 Models
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Properly drain the cooling system into a suitable container.
  3. Disconnect the fan motor and motor connector.
  4. Disconnect the upper and lower radiator hoses.
  5. Disconnect and plug the automatic transaxle cooling lines at the radiator, if equipped.
  6. Disconnect the coolant reservoir overflow hose.
  7. Remove the radiator attaching bolts and brackets.
  8. Remove the radiator with the cooling fan attached.
  9. Remove the cooling fan and shroud from the radiator. NOTE: Check all cooling system hoses for any signs of damage, leaks or deterioration and replace if necessary. To install:
  10. Attach the cooling fan and shroud to the radiator and install the assembly.
  11. Attach the radiator bolts and brackets. Tighten the radiator bracket bolts to 7 ft. lbs. (10 Nm).
  12. Connect the coolant reservoir overflow hose.
  13. Connect the automatic transaxle cooling lines to the radiator, if equipped.
  14. Connect the upper and lower radiator hoses.
  15. Connect the fan motor and thermo-switch wire connector.
  16. Refill the system with the proper type and quantity of coolant, check for leaks and bleed the cooling system.
  17. Reconnect the negative battery cable. Fig. 8: Cooling system components — 1992–95 engines 86833086.gif
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Aug 27, 2010 | 1991 Honda Civic

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How to change Radiator in 1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Radiator


Hello, here are the instructions for rad replacement

  • Remove air cleaner assembly and the throttle body air inlet duct. .
  • Drain the coolant.
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  • Remove the engine strut brace bolts from the upper tie bar and rotate the struts and braces rearward. Refer to one of the following:
  • • Engine Mount Strut Bracket Replacement in Engine Mechanical - 3.1L • Engine Mount Strut Bracket Replacement in Engine Mechanical - 3.8L
  • Remove the electric cooling fans.
  • Remove the radiator bracket bolts and the radiator brackets.
  • Use the J 38185 in order to reposition the hose clamp at the radiator inlet hose.
  • Disconnect the radiator inlet hose from the radiator.
  • Use the J 38185 in order to reposition the hose clamp at the radiator outlet hose.
  • Disconnect the radiator out let hose from the radiator.
  • Remove the coolant level module.
  • Disconnect the transaxle oil cooler pipes from the radiator. Refer to one of the following:
  • • Automatic Transmission Oil Cooler Pipes Replacement in Automatic Transaxle - 4T60-E • Automatic Transmission Oil Cooler Pipes Replacement in Automatic Transaxle - 4T65-E.
  • Remove the transaxle oil cooler pipes from the retainer at the bottom of the radiator.



  • Remove the radiator.
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    Jun 12, 2010 | 1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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    Remove gear box


    This is a big job, and I list what to do, but I wou9ld also recommend you purchase a good manual, or go to alldatadiy site to purchase on line access to diagrams, info etc (great site) 1. disconnect battery ground cable @ battery and trans. case, unlock steering column, put trans. in neutral 2.disconnect back u light switch wires + black and white wire from starter solenoid 3remove air cleaner assembly 4.remove power steering speed sensor from the transaxle w/out removing the power steering hose 5remove the shift cable and the select cable from the top cover of the transaxle.Remove the mounting bolt from the cable stay. Be sure not to bend or kink the cable more than necessary. Remove both cables and the stay together. 6 Remove upper transaxle mounting bracket, remove the 4 transaxle to block attachment bolts that must be removed from the engine compartment. 7 Raise and support the vehicle safely. Remove both front wheels and splash shield 8 Drain the trans oil, remove clutch save cylinder. The cyl may be moved out of the way w/out disconnecting the hose 9 remove the center beam, remove the right radius rod completely, remove the right and left shafts. 10 remove the engine stiffener, remove the clutch cover, support the transaxle w/ a trans jack 11 remover the 3 lower bolts from the rear engine mounting bracket. Loosen but do not remove the top bolt. This bolt will support the weight o f the engine. 12 remove the 2 remaining engine to transaxle bolts. 13 with transaxle on a transmission jack disengage the input shaft from the clutch disc and lower the transaxle out of the vehicle. DO NOT ALLOW THE TRANSAXLE to hang on the input shaft. Once removal begins, remove it completely from the engine. Good luck, and please rate this, it took a while to get it down!

    Nov 16, 2009 | 1991 Honda Prelude

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    Have a small coolant leak dripping onto transaxle


    It could be as simple as a leaking hose, but it may also be a corroded alloy hose fitting nipple.

    Get is seen to by a mechanic before it fails completely, causing complete loss of coolant and expensive cooked motor.

    Jun 05, 2009 | 2004 Audi A4

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    PROBLEMS WHITH THE TRANSMISSION CONTROL SOLENIOD


    ===shift interlock solenoid--Inside the steering column near the ignition switch

    ===1-2 shift solenoid valve--Inside the automatic transaxle
    to remove it :
    1. Remove the case side cover. Refer to Case Side Cover Replacement.
    2. Disconnect the transaxle wiring harness.
    3. Remove the 1-2 shift solenoid (315A).
    2-3 shift solenoid valve--Inside the automatic transaxle
    to remove it;
    1. Remove the case side cover. Refer to Case Side Cover Replacement.
    2. Disconnect the transaxle wiring harness.
    3. Remove the 2-3 shift solenoid (315B).
    ==the torque converter solenoid--inside tranny too

    good luck,let me know

    Jun 04, 2009 | 2000 Pontiac Montana

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