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You have a bad seal between the upper and lower unit.
Posted on Jun 19, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Suggest (STRONGLY) that you stop driving the car until someone confirms the following:
Your transmission fluid cooler is ruptured and is forcing fluid into the engine cooling system.
No fear about hurting the engine... but the water and antifreeze in the radiator will distroy the transmission - quickly.
Please confirm the rupture before incurring a 2,000 dollar transmission replacement bill!!
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
The radiator has a trans cooler built in to it. The trans cooler is apparently bad and leaking trans fluid into the radiator coolant. You need a new radiator and a complete cooling system flush along with a trans flush. If you continue to operate the vehicle you take the chance of damaging the engine and transmission. Your looking at a minimum of $400 to replace the radiator and flushing both systems. But a transmission replacement can cost upwards of $3000 or more not to mention engine damage. Have this done asap.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
well, sounds like the heater core is bad for one, ive had a couple with the same problem, first thing is to have a block test done ,this will tell if exhaust is entering the cooling system, this is caused from overheating the motor, causing a warped head or blown head gsaket even crack the head,that is what pops the heatercore to much preasure for the plastic heatercore, if thats the case make sure the car is worth it,start there with the test, may have to have a garage do this test, hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 04, 2010
If the system is loosing coolant, it has be leaking from some place, either from a connection, gasket or out of the tail pipe. When you refilled the cooling system, did you start the engine and inspect the vehicle while it was running and at operating temp?
Posted on Jul 04, 2011
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