i had recently changed the radiator in my honda civic, and when i put the coolant lines back on. i had transmission fluid coming out of the top of the bolt when i start the car. i have taken the bolt plug out, cleaned it off and done about everything else i could think of, and it still leaks. any suggestions?
how to stop a leak from the flare bolt plugs on 1999 Honda Civic
by bobbyfrisbee in Stanley, NC on June 08, 2012
1 answer 2 comments
ANSWER by globalhelper , June 08, 2012
TRY TEFLON TAPE OR MAYBE RADIATOR THREADS ARE BAD IV SEEN THAT B4
COMMENT by bobbyfrisbee , June 09, 2012
well, i'm talking about where the banjo nut comes out of the radiator i've tried the teflon tape, so if the threads are bad. does that basically mean i need a new transmission? would some gasket sealant possibly work? or what would you suggest?
COMMENT by globalhelper , June 09, 2012
does the fittimg screw into trans