You probably have a leak in the hose/line that takes yourto the cooler (in the radiator). Look for the small tubes/hoses that run from the engine to the side of the radiator; the leak is probably in the area where the metal tube meets the rubber hose. Good luck!
Yes , the transaxle is a transmission on a front wheel drive vehicle
Transmission fluid on a front wheel drive. All wheel drive unit fluid on a an all wheel drive.
it is on the transmission of a rear wheel drive car and on the front wheel assembly of a front weel drive car. It may also be mounted on the transmission on front-wheel drive cars.
a front wheel drive transmission
#1, a front wheel drive transverse transmission also contains the differential assembly.
1) Is it a standard transmission or automatic engine? 2) Front wheel drive or rear wheel drive? If it is a standard transmission, you wont have a dip stick. if it is an automatic front wheel drive, it'll be on driver's side front.
transmission with 2 wheel drive is 24 pints transmission with 4 wheel drive is 27 pints
A transaxle is the transmission in a front wheel drive vehicle
No, Only The transmission is different.
The exact same place you check the fluid level is where you add fluid. rear wheel drive (Sedan , Brogham)-- transmission tube and dipstick behind right rear cylinder head. front wheel drive (Eldorado) - side of left side cylinder head . Good luck
More weight over the drive wheels = better traction with front wheel drive.
Both wheels drive through a differential in the transmission.
If the transmission has electronic controls, then a module could be bad. If not, then the transmission could need a rebuild. If it is a front wheel drive, check the cv joints for damage.
According to the 1997 Mercury Mountaineer Owner Guide : ( the 4R70W automatic transmission used in two wheel drive and all wheel drive versions takes Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid ) * the type used should be engraved into the automatic transmission fluid dipstick *
if its a rear wheel drive its possibly a U joint if its a front wheel drive transmission fluid is low or its just time for a new transmission or a rebuild on current transmission. rebuilding a transmission is often better because you already know the car you have verses buying a different car you know nothing about.
Be more specific, Are you talking about the transfer case, transmission, or front differential?
A front wheel drive vehicle is only driven with the front wheels. It will have a transmission in the front with drive lines attached. A two wheel drive vehicle is any vehicle that is only driven by two wheels. It can be a front or rear wheel vehicle. For instance. My dodge ram 1500 v6 is two wheel drive from the rear. An Oldsmobile cutlas cirea is two wheel drive but in the front. I hope this helped. Derek
Find out where. Usually transmission fluid leaks from either the front or rear seal. The front seal (between the engine and transmission) requires that the engine or transmission be removed from the vehicle for replacement. The REAR seal (assuming Rear wheel drive) can be replaced by removing the driveshaft from the transmission tail. Front wheel drive vehicles typically have a seal on each of the "half shafts", and each manufacturer handles that differently. Sometimes you need to take the front end apart, sometimes it's just a few bolts. Sometimes it's an entire transmission rebuild.
no, because you cant put a front wheel drive into a rear drive because of the transmission...it wont mount in
It is rear wheel drive. You can tell from the drive shaft extending to the rear axle from the transmission.
Yes, the options are front wheel drive or all wheel drive.Yes, the options are front wheel drive or all wheel drive.
Front wheel drive, with some being all wheel drive.Front wheel drive, with some being all wheel drive.
Front Wheel Drive. Front wheel drive on 1999
No, it is front wheel drive.No, it is front wheel drive.
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