Question about Dodge Caravan
I believe u are referring to the tranny pan. And if u are loosing that much fluid I would start looking around the block for any sings of a blown head gasket. If u live in colder climate it could also be a freeze plug that is bad. In Minnesota I see this all the time. People think they can do there own coolant flush and end up putting to much water in and freezing the block partially and when it thaws loose coolant from that plug. I would suspect a bad rear seal in the motor or a bad oil pan gasket be the cause of the oil. But without seeing the vehicle and the leaks I cannot say for certain but those are the things I would think it to be. Now no offense to you at all, but I think I would take it in to a shop to find the problem, or a food friend that knows about cars, like what a tranny pan is. And like I said no offense to you. But to me this sounds like it could be a big deal of work not for the novice.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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