If it's leaking from the pan gasket, just replace the pan gasket. If it's leaking between the engine and transmission, you have probably developed a leaking front seal. There isn't really much you can do for that except to replace the seal. Drop the trans, slide the torque converter out, replace the seal and put the trans back. Many transmission shops will tell you that once you have a front seal go it won't be long before the transmission fails. It's all a crap-shoot, so take your chances. If the leak isn't too bad you can try some Trans-X transmission leak stopper. It might give you a few more months service out of the transmission, but you'll probably need some major work soon.
transmission leak in reverse only
Blown fuse? Refrigerant leak?
either the hose is split or the resivoir is cracked either the hose is split or the resivoir is cracked
waterpump or radiator hose
If a water pump is bad they usually leak coolant
water pump or thermostat housing crack
My 01 deville had a cracked intake boot, between the throttle body and intake manifold, it would only leak when eng was hot.
What does it cost to repair a vaccum leak on a 2001 deville
Might be a vacuum leak
Yes,any auto parts store has it. If you get it with oil be sure it is synthetic oil. Since you are adding you may want to get the one with leak stop in it in case you have a small leak
put a new motor in. it'll cost about the same as fixing the rear main that is more than likely the cause of the problem.
No it should not. They have a ride height switch, which cycles the compressor. You probably have an air leak in the system.
The rear, or tail shaft, of a transmission has a seal around the output shaft. The drive shaft will have to be removed and the seal replaced.
Transmission fluid can leak from many places. It could leak from the actual transmission itself, or any of the tubing that goes from the transmission to other parts of the car.
No since there is no need to add transmission fluid unless there is a leak and should take it to a dealer and there is also a fluid life indicator message
old gaskets, replace asap or risk losing your engine or transmission or some other catastrophic repair
By taking it to a professional who has the skill, knowledge, and proper tools to perform this service. Also if it is low of refrigrant, then it has a leak. Adding refrigerant to a system with a leak without repairing the leak is illegal.
you fix the leak
Coolant should not be leaking from your transmission the only fluid in your transmission is transmission fluid. A faulty transmission seal can allow transmission fluid to leak out.
transmission leak on a Pontiac g6. what could this be
It depends on where the leak is and what you mean by patch. If the leak in in the radiator matrix simply putting something over it will not work. There are products which can be added to the coolant as a temporary measure. A radiator can be repaired by brazing or welding but if it has got to the stage where one part is corroded and leaking it is best to change the radiator.
Numerous places, If your not counting lines then rear seal, front seal, pan gasket and I can go on...!
depends where around the tranny the leak is
A leak some where in the system, such as a bad head gasket, a cracked head, a leak from the radiator, a leak from the water pump.