I may have mix oil with my tranmission fluids, how would i know?

Asked by Feb 07, 2017 at 11:55 AM about the Honda Odyssey

Question type: Car Selling & Trading In

What are the signs if in question if you mix oil with your transmission fuel of a
2000 honda odyssey

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Usually coolant will mix with the trans fluid. So your coolant level will be lower, and or both the coolant reservoir and or trans case will look like a pink milkshake. The trans cooler is connected to the radiator and when that fails, the two fluids will mix. Time for a new radiator and a transmission flush.. Do not drive the car if you have those symptoms and have the fluid removed from the transmission ASAP.


I would have the transmission fluid changed to be sure.

What will happy if I keep driving as is?

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