What are the 2 caps above the transmission pan on a ford aerostars auto transmission i have one leaking fluid?
Those caps are called servo covers. There is a snap ring holding those covers in place. To replace the seal you must remove the snap rings and pull the cover out. Be carefull becasue they may be under pressure and pop out unexpectedly and make a mess. replace the O-ring around the cover and reinstall.. add fluid to the transmission if any was lost. Macs Transmissions 281-394-4951 Macstransmissions@gmail.com
2001 Saturn and just recently transmission fluid started leaking out was told that there is a hole in the transmission - can you explain what that means?
In 2001 rodeo, it has the 4l30-e transmission which is made by GM. You have two possible problem. One your clutches are getting bad or two you are leaking transmission fluid. If you are leaking transmission fluid, you will have to pump the fluid back into the transmission. The most like spot for the leak is in the accumulator area.
Transmission fluid leaking from fitting below radiator cap after replacing radiator on 99 surburban?
I wondered the same thing. The radiator doesn't only cool the engine coolant, It also cools the transmission fluid that comes from your transmission through the cooling lines. So your radiator has a crack somewhere and that would explain the transmission fluid leaking out. Hope that answers it. William @ JeepGrandCherokeeTransmission.com
green fluid is engine coolant. as this is showing up near the transmission this could be leaking from the head gasket or from a freeze plug. you will just have to trace back where it is coming from remember there are freeze plugs behind transmission which are not viible while transmission is in vehicle
Why is red fluid leaking from your 1998 chevy venture. it looks like it coming from the front of the van?
red fluid is transmission fluid and could be leaking from several locations around the transmission. Check the cooler lines where they go into the radiator, the seals where the axles go into the transmission, but most likely is a leaking pan gasket, etc. The only good way to find it is to look under the van and see where the wet spot is located
It depends where it's leaking from. I have had two previous cases of my truck leaking transmission fluid and both consisted of the pressure lines not being properly clipped on or a bad hose. It could be a old or faulty gasket inside the transmission box. Either way it would need replacing of the hardware. only way to fix it.
From another Q&A Website: There is a plug located where the right side axle shaft enters the transmission it is above the pan. To check the fluid level of the transmission the engine must be at operating temp and the vehicle must be level. The must be running and the transmission in park, the plug is then removed and if transmission fluid starts dripping/leaking out it is full. If not transmission fluid should be added…