Not using the dipsticks for the oil and transmission, while seeing leaks are a sign... Check your fuids and keep them clean and full or you will cause damage to whatever componenet relies on their respective fluids. Answer leaking oil is NOT sign of a bad transmission, its a sign of a bad/worn seal(s) or hose(s). more likely a sign of a worn seal or oil pan gasket. Actually it's a sign of money that will go out of you pocket, the more you can see, the more you have to pay. If you don't fix it, you may have to pay for the aggregates, eg transmission parts instead of paying for a small rubber seal.
If it's leaking transmission fluid, could be a bad pump seal. If it's leaking engine oil, could be a bad oil filter, leaking valve cover gasket, leaking intake manifold gasket, leaking oil pressure sender, leaking distributor gasket.
Sign of bad rings or excessive fuel in cylinders. Check compression.
probably everywhere, but if you don't find out where the leak is, you may burn up the engine or transmission, so if it stops leaking, you have a problem. FIND the leakand repair it.
THE BOLT FROM THE MANUEL TRANSMISSION FELL OUT lost all the gear oil
Could be leaking transmission fluid.
The AT oil cooler is in the bottom tank of the radiator. If you are seeing oil leaking from one of the lines from and to the transmission connection could be loose.
NO... They are 2 different seals. If the transmission seal is leaking then the fluid color will be RED that's leaking. If the rear main seal is leaking then it will be oil leaking from the engine and it won't be red.
yes it is a bad sign
If your car won't move, your transmission is blown. If there is transmission oil underneath your car, you have a leak.
it depends on where its coming from
its not but thanks for asking
Water in the oil is a telltale sign of leaking cylinder head gasket.