Hi PLEASE HELP... My car is losing tranny fluid and its bone dry i filled it up and it just pisses out could this be my hydrolic line or ist the tranny going out.... Has 112,000 miles and runs great

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Asked by Jul 05, 2015 at 10:41 AM about the 2005 Dodge Neon 4 Dr SE Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Please someone

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Sounds like one of the cooling lines going from the transmission to the radiator has sprung a leak. This is especially suspect if it only leaks while it's running as the fluid is under pressure in the lines. If that's what it is replace the whole line with the correct part. Don't cut out the bad part of the line and splice in a rubber hose. If you do it will just continue to leak. HTH. -Jim

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Ok thanks it moves when i fill it up with tranny fluid

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You're welcome. Glad to help. Thank you for the best answer click. -Jim

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Is it rear wheel drive? It maybe the seal in the tranny where the yolk shaft inserts into the tranny. Common problem with rear wheel drive

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