2002 ford sport trac truck, I have spilled transmission oil leak, can I fix it myself?

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Asked by Feb 20, 2014 at 12:20 PM about the 2002 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Transmission oil on driveway

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How can I figure out where the leak comes from?

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Try tightening the transmission oil pan bolts or they sell a transmission stop leak but I would try the first option first

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Thks so much HECTORINTUCSON, will try that first.

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Also check the hoses that go into the trans case and up to the radiator. Your Power steering pump and reservior also use ATF. I would not use stop leak in any of my transmissions. Maybe sure the fluid level is brought back up to the cross hatching on the dipstick once you fix the leak. Follow the proper proceedure on checking the trans fluid level in your owners manual or look online.

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Good luck

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