Possible trany cooler leak
It will all depend on where the leak is.
It will most likely fail again. The Lucas just softens and makes the seals expand to help seal the leak. They are usually on temporary.
small leak at the cooler lines and now you are down about oen quart of trany fluid
Hello In the 2004 Corvettes the Transmission has been moved from the back of the engine to the rear so now the transmission and pumpkin are bolted together. You could have a transmission leak or a brake fluid leak. If the leak is in the center then I would go with a trany leak if leak is near either tire go with a brake fluid leak. Hope this helps
Silver Duct Tape... Easy.
Need to find the leak first. Usual place to check is at the lines. They rot out & start to leak. Make sure the trany fluid is at the proper level, start the vehicle to pressurize the system, crawl under and see where the drips are coming from
If you have to add you must have a leak. It's best to have the leak fixed first. Take the vehicle to a professional.
As soon as possible.
You will need to have the leak fixed.
poor seals who makes batteries
If you smell gas fumes you have a leak. To fix it you must find the leak. Your nose is your best tool to find the leak. This can be very dangerous so I would find and fix the leak ASAP.
You more than likely have an exhaust leak which can be deadly. Get it fixed ASAP.
I wouldn't even use it once, get the problem fixed.
A leak in a coolant system can usually be fixed by replacing a hose. If the leak is at the end of the hose, a new clamp might be necessary. If the radiator is leaking, the radiator might need to be replaced.
How many miles did you operate the vehicle between the STOP LEAK instalation and and the stalling problem? Where was the bad leak?
Possibly. What an exhaust leak will do is KILL you. Either from the Carbon Monoxide you inhale while driving or the wreck you are going to have when it puts you to sleep. Get the exhaust leak fixed ASAP.
If there is a coolant leak that is caused by the bleeding screw, the screw is probably stripped and needs to be replaced. The screw can also be wrapped with plumber's tape and screwed back in until the leak can be fixed.
Tis is a common problem but just watch you oil and it can be fixed if you wanted
No, you must expose the leak and usually the only way is taking off the wall covering. Not a huge job.
Depends on where the leak is and how much you are willing to spend. Best thing is to take it to a reputable shop and get a written estimate on what needs to be fixed.
I had the same problem with my 1992 Accord. Replacement of the trunk lid gasket fixed the leak, but I had to special order the gasket from a dealer.
Indefinitely. Longer if you get the leak fixed sooner than later and never let the fluid level get too low.
yes you can. weather affects nothing plus the oil will keep dripping. get the leak fixed