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Why is transmission fluid leaking out of a manufactured hole in the rear of the transmission housing in a 1990 Suburban that runs well?

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2006-03-05 02:31:38
2006-03-05 02:31:38

You might have a seal going bad on you. A quick free inspection at your local Aamco dealer may answer some questions for you.

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It could be that your transmission housing is leaking. You will probably find oil underneath the machine as well.

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The better question is what is leaking transmission fluid?

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Because your transmission has a seal that is leaking.

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The transmission could have a bad seal or have too much internal pressure causing the fluid to come from the 93 Suburban vent hole. The Fluid is probably leaking slowly, and that is why the level still shows normal.


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