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Old 03-04-2022, 10:50 PM   #1
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Default trans oil leak 07 3.5 honda

I have had a drip since i bought it(6 mo ago)I parked it last night and found a large puddle of atf under it.I checked the level and it showed full.I started it to warm it up to chk the level again and also put it in each gead and returned to neutral.each gear engaged and the car moved.I chked the level again and still showed full.I am suspecting a broken cooler line.Any ideas?
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Old 03-06-2022, 06:49 AM   #2
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...Usually if it's the oil lines , it will be at the connections to the trans. [ fittings ] or at the spot where they are bound together by a plastic piece to help hold them stationary. they rot under this plastic piece. Get a good light and follow the lines to see, sometimes it's hard because there might be a hairline crack. The trans lines and fittings' replacement are good insurance and fairly in expensive, if you are keeping the vehicle, Hope this helps, DC.
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