Where would a transmission leak be?
The transmission pan itself can get damaged because it’s located underneath your vehicle. If road debris pokes a hole in it, the transmission fluid will leak out of it. The transmission system has a lot of seals between parts, as well, and they can leak as they age due to the heat and pressure they endure.
Can you seal a transmission leak?
BlueDevil Transmission Sealer is specially formulated to restore the seals on the input and output shafts of your transmission to their original size and soft condition to permanently seal your transmission leak. BlueDevil Transmission Sealer is guaranteed to seal your transmission leak!
What causes transmission leak?
The most common source of a transmission leak due to faulty installation is from the transmission pan. The pan is not mounted correctly or incorrect bolts are used to secure it. Something as simple as these bolts will make transmission fluid leak from the pan. Hopefully, the bolts just need to be tightened.
How do you diagnose a transmission leak?
Fluid Leaks Take a look beneath your car, or on the ground where you typically park. Transmission fluid will leave dark spots on your driveway or garage. If you notice spots on the ground, check all of your fluid levels to make sure everything looks good.
Should I fix transmission leak?
If the output shaft seal starts to leak, it can release transmission fluid, but it can also allow debris into the output shaft. These leaks can develop as the seal ages or because of something hitting the seal and dislodging it. If you suspect you have an output shaft seal leak you need to have it repaired immediately.
What does a transmission leak feel like?
One of the cleaerest signs of a transmission leak is that glaring puddle of transmission fluid underneath your car. You can tell transmission fluid from other potential leaks by its color and consistency; it tends to be red and slippery with an oily smell. You should also monitor how smoothly your transmission starts.