Question about Ford Thunderbird
This is caused by one of two things, the transmission vent hole is blocked on the top of the transmission case, or the Torque Converter is defective causing excessive friction heat build up, that would overheat the fluid and cause it to blow out the dipstick tube, does the fluid fell really hot? Also make sure you are not overfilling the transmission, remember fluid levels are checked with a hop transmission only! do not overfill?
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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