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1986 vanagon, automatic transmission drips.
1990 Volkswagen Vanagon

1986 Vanagon, automatic transmission drips.

(1990 Volkswagen Vanagon)
It seems to be coming from a weep hole in the case. It's less than a pint per week. What might cause it and what might it cost to fix?
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of Greg's Orange Auto on June 04, 2013
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on June 04, 2013
I add a pint a week to keep it up to the middle of the stick indicator.
of Greg's Orange Auto on June 04, 2013
did you ck it running or off?
on June 04, 2013
Running. Keeping the fluid level up is not the problem. The dripping fluid is.
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of Greg's Orange Auto on June 04, 2013
HOW IS FLUID LEVEL?
Sign in to reply
on June 04, 2013
I add a pint a week to keep it up to the middle of the stick indicator.
of Greg's Orange Auto on June 04, 2013
did you ck it running or off?
on June 04, 2013
Running. Keeping the fluid level up is not the problem. The dripping fluid is.

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