Transmission Fluid Leaking Problems in popular cars



Transmission Fluid Leaking problem is a common vehicle problem that happens to most car brands and models. The following is a sample list of Transmission Fluid Leaking problems reported in most popular vehicles.

car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Chevrolet HHR

Tl- the vehicle involved is a 2010 Chevrolet Hhr. The contact stated that while driving approximately 25 mph the vehicle suddenly stop accelerating before moments later the vehicle stalled. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who diagnosed that the transmission fluid had leak out of the vehicle due to a defective return transmission coolant hose. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the defect. The failure mileage was 106,774. Jft. It was Saturday, May 3, 2014 when this transmission fluid leaking issue happened.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Chevrolet Silverado 1500

The vehicle is a 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1GCEC19X46_. Active recall #12138 transmission dipstick tube broken at weld in half. Was just told by gm dealer and gm owners center that my vehicle was not covered by recall, even though my vehicle has the exact failure under the 12138 recall. Transmission fluid has leaked onto hot surfaces and smoked to a near fire. Please help!. The failure date was Apr. 4, 2014.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Chrysler Sebring

The vehicle involved is a 2001 Chrysler Sebring. The contact stated that she had been operating the vehicle for approximately 15 minutes when smoke was seen coming from the engine area. A fire did not erupt. One week later the vehicle began stalling sporadically. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic, who advised that transmission fluid was leaking into the engine. The vehicle was not repaired. The contact referenced NHTSA campaign number: 01v011002 (power train) but was advised that the VIN was not included in the recall campaign. The dealer advised the contact that the vehicle was not repairable. The manufacture was made aware of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 123,000. It was Mar. 14, 2012 when this transmission fluid leaking issue happened.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Chrysler Sebring

The vehicle having this issue was a 2003 Chrysler Sebring coupe. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Chrysler Sebring coupe is 4C3AG52HX3_. After picking up vehicle from dealer and reporting "slipping" on the transmission, the dealer told me the transmission was starting to break up. A new one would cost $7,000, and a refurbished one would be $5,500, and there was a waiting list. I decided to drive it home an explore other avenues. The vehicle lasted maybe five miles and it died on the freeway. The engine light came on, the engine started smoking, and the engine just died. I lifted the hood and the engine was smoking as the transmission had broken and it had been leaking its fluid on the freeway. I called a tow truck to tow it home. An independent transmission repair shop will charge me $1,800 to rebuilt it. I have no choice. This transmission fluid leaking problem happened on Tuesday, August 14, 2012.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Dodge Ram 1500

The vehicle involved is a 2013 Dodge Ram 1500. A few weeks earlier I heard a horrible grinding noise from my transmission while driving at 30-35 mph. I took it into the dealer and they could not duplicate the problem and inspected my vehicle stating that there were no leaks, fluid was fine and transmission was in good shape. I then got my vehicle back after 18 buisness days in the shop and I heard the grinding again (950 miles later). I got under my truck to look and found that my hydraulic cooler lines were leaking and my transmission looked like it had 200,000 miles on it. This is very strange because I have no documented work on my transmission and it went 19793 miles with no leaks and randomly started to leak??. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred Friday, Mar. 7, 2014.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Dodge Nitro

The vehicle involved is a 2007 Dodge Nitro. The contact stated there was a constant leak from the transmission each time he drove the vehicle. While the vehicle was parked, there was also fluid constantly leaking from the front of the vehicle. The vehicle was taken to the dealer and inspected; however, an extensive diagnostic test was required at the contacts expense. The failure was not diagnosed nor was the vehicle repaired. The vehicle was driven to his residence. The vehicle was not included in NHTSA campaign id number: 13v121000 (air bags, power train, structure). The VIN was not available. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 97,790. It was February 24, 2014 when this transmission fluid leaking issue occurred.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Ford Edge

The vehicle involved is a 2007 Ford Edge. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 2FMDK49C67_. I was traveling on 95 north in s. Carolina when my car jerked and everyone lurched forward in the vehicle as if we had traveled over a speed bump or something large in the road. It was mid day and nothing was in the road. We continued traveling and about 30 miles it happened again and we realized it was the transmission. We were fortunate to make it home and took it to our mechanic. He saw no visual signs of trouble such as leakage, warning lights or check engine lights even during the test drive so he did an internet search and found that Ford suggest running transmission fluid through, draining and repeating. He did this. We had to travel out of state again the next month and the same problem occurred on the highway. I'm so concerned for my family and I'm now reading on the internet that this is not just a random issue and people are pleading for a safety recall before someone is hurt or killed due to the multiple transmission issues that are affecting so many of these vehicles. We need help, what does it have to take?. The failure date was Thu., Jan. 9, 2014.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Ford F-150

The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1FTPX14V39_. The vehicle involved is a 2009 Ford F-150. The contact stated that all of the transmission fluid leaked out of the vehicle. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where the technician diagnosed that the grommet had failed. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 71,000 and the current mileage was 71,100. It was Tuesday, April 29, 2014 when this transmission fluid leaking issue happened.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of GMC Acadia

The vehicle having this issue was a 2008 GMC Acadia. Bought this life altering mess of a vehicle in June 2013 with 77k miles. Since that time a wide spectrum of issues have arose and costed me for than just money. Windshield wiper quit working and needed to be fixed (I now see that was a recall) constant electric issues in using beeping, lighting up at inappropriate times, not registering a grown adult in passenger seat. Also, leaking transmission fluid. Gm did cover that charge which was no help with the rear end that had to be replaced at a cost of nearly $3000. Transmission still (before leak "fixed") and after will read idle transmission hot at many times. Leaking water when we receive heavy rains. Leaking comes from drivers side airbag "label") I have been financially strapped because of this vehicle I had worked and saved so hard for just trying to keep my job! I need my vehicle to work and my life is at risk when I'm forced to get behind the wheel because of these issues that gm is aware of. With the money I've spent (I'm a single working mother with two young sons) because of gm turning a blind eye I am in dire need of the proper resolution to this year long devastation of preventable events. Please assist me in this fore I'm unable to go further with continuing to fix problems that thousands of other owners are having with the same vehicle. Thank you. In 2011 my children and myself lost our home to a devastating flood that rocked our city and as of Feb 2014 we were finally able to move out of the camper and get a home. I cannot prevent a flood and all the pain it caused myself and my children but I will not cease to fight for what it right. That is replacing my vehicle with equal, reliable safe vehicle immediately! after all, this was completely preventable and shouldve been fixed before now. Please help me. Thank you for your time. The failure date was 07/01/2013.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of GMC Yukon

The car involved is a 2005 GMC Yukon denali xl. Winter 2014, connecticut - backing out of driveway peddle felt mushy and going down farther than normal. Drove son to school quarter mile to school and noted the lack of braking ability. Luckily rolling stops and keeping distance from other cars allowed me to get back home. Looked under car, dripping brake fluid from under middle of card. Had the sense to have it towed to the dealer; for the $2400 estimate, they also said that my transmission lines were leaking so estimate also included the labor/parts to replace both sets of lines to fix both line related issues. I've also had the miss pleasure of having to replace the transmission ($3500) this year as well. Slipping and eventually it was going to cause an accident so had to open the wallet for that. Another issue (electrical) - I shut the car off with the blower motor on (heater in the winter) and the blower motor stayed on even after the car was shut off, no keys. It continued to run and would have drained the battery had I not disconnected the battery. Pulling the fuse had no effect. ($600) I have also had to replace both the front airbag sensors in the front bumper. One went and two weeks later the other went. No impacts, they just died. ($1200 for both). I have also had to replace the rear air shocks ($2500) I bought this car used (supposedly gm certified)) from a chevy dealer not more than 3 years ago with 75k miles. I now have 99k miles. As I sit and type this all down for this submission, I realize just how much has gone wrong with this car & matches up with other owner statements on this website. It was Friday, February 7, 2014 when this transmission fluid leaking issue occurred.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Acura MDX

Tl-consumer owns a 2003 Acura Mdx. While driving approximately 30 mph, the contact noticed fluid leaking continuously onto the road. Once the contact reached their destination, it was determined that a large quantity of transmission fluid had leaked from the vehicle. The vehicle was towed to an authorized dealer who advised the contact that the failure was contributed to a faulty part within the radiator causing coolant to leak into the transmission. As a result, the transmission was damaged. The manufacturer was notified of the problem. The approximate failure mileage was 163,000. Kmj. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred 09/18/12.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Acura MDX

The car involved was a 2004 Acura Mdx. Internal leak in radiator causing a leak of coolant to transmission fluid and vice versa, damaging transmission and rendering car not drivable within moments. The failure date was 06/05/2012.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Honda Odyssey

The vehicle involved is a 2005 Honda Odyssey. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 5FNRL38445_. Cruising at highway speeds, vehicle suddenly lost acceleration. Added gas increased engine rpm and finally, smoke appeared and the vehicle was pulled over. Was towed to the nearest shop and told that the transmission fluid blew out of itself but could not identify the leak. Shop refilled transmission fluid and sent us on our way. 10 miles down the road, it happened again and this time I didn't rev the engine hard and pulled over to find that the car will not shift, either drive, or reverse. Smell of burning transmission fluid. Towed again to the local transmission shop and was told that the transmission is in need of a rebuild. Cost is upwards of $2500. We cannot afford a rebuilt transmission especially after paying out taxes and being affected by sandy just before. Honda is not helping, was told that there are no known issues with your model year and transmission. I kept insisting that there are many forums out there that say otherwise but Honda will not admit the fact that their transmissions are flawed. The 2006 class action does not affect my year so let's hope more people out there will be able to persuade for another case. It was Apr. 14, 2014 when this transmission fluid leaking issue happened.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Honda Pilot

The car involved was a 2005 Honda Pilot. While driving along a rural 2 lane highway with no one behind me, the transmission appeared to slip and the engine rpm went way up. The truck slowed down. This lasted 3 or 4 seconds and then went back to normal. In a few minutes, I stopped at the light entering the village of saranac lake, NY. The 2005 Honda Pilot stopped running. I tried to restart and nothing happened at all. I put my flashers on and opened the hood. I saw a liquid that looked like chocolate milk leaking under the engine. After it was towed to a garage, the mechanic said he thought the radiator leaked and allowed the antifreeze to mix with the transmission fluid. The truck would need a new radiator and maybe a new trans and or engine. If someone had been behind me when this happened, it could have caused an accident because it caused the vehicle to slow down and the brake lights did not come on. I read that over 1 million 2003 and 2004 Honda Pilots were recalled for the same problem. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred Oct. 18, 2013.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Hyundai Sonata

The vehicle is a 2014 Hyundai Sonata. The VIN of the problem Sonata is 5NPEB4ACXE_. On may 7,2014 the Sonata was leaking transmission fluid on my garage floor. This vehicle is only two weeks old and about 700 miles on it. When o'brien Hyundai towed it to urbana,illinois. The service manager told me the transmission had leaked one quart of transmission fluid. He also stated one of the ports had not been sealed at the factory. When pressed he told me the transmission fluid could have caught on fire. He also stated when the car ran out of fluid it would just lock up. Frightening thought of the car was traveling 70 mph. Thanks for your time in this matter. This problem occurred on 05/07/2014.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Hyundai Santa Fe

The car involved is a 2012 Hyundai Santa Fe. There was crash involved with this problem. VIN of the vehicle was 5XYZG3ABXC_. In stop and go traffic, I took my foot off the brake to coast towards the car in front of me. This pattern had been going on for several miles. I was not touching the accelerator and in fact, my foot was not on the brake either, and the car suddenly accelerated full throttle. I had just a couple of seconds to try to avoid hitting the vehicle in front of me. I swerved to the right, towards the shoulder, but I hit the truck in front of me. I was braking the entire time, but it was not enough to stop the sudden unintended acceleration. My left bumper hit his truck on the right hand side of his bumper. My radiator was damaged and leaked all the fluid out onto the highway. The car was not drivable because of the radiator. This transmission fluid leaking problem happened on Friday, January 4, 2013.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Infiniti M35

The vehicle was a 2007 Infiniti M35. I was driving the car in the national redwood park I-101 south bound just 100 mile south of eureka, the car suddenly lose power and came with loud noise, then just big white smoke everywhere, I almost lost control of this vehicle but finally pull over to the shoulder, asked my wife & my kid go out immediately for the potential fire, the transmission fluid was everywhere. After took long time and long negotiation to tow my car to a Nissan dealer about 100 mile away, they diagnosed the issue: the internal transmission oil cooler hose detached from the cooler due to inadequate clamping, allowing transmission fluid to leak. Which is exactly the same recall filed recently as "2013 Nissan pathfinder recalled for transmission fluid leak". I brought my vehicle to my local Infiniti dealer and have both records for that. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred May. 16, 2013.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Infiniti QX56

The vehicle having this issue was a 2005 Infiniti Qx56. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 5N3AA08C55_. My wife drove the vehicle to and from work with no visible problem and parked it in the drive. The next day I was able to back out of the driveway but when I put the vehicle in drive I noticed that the ats light is on and it is struggling to move forward. The manual says to take the vehicle to a dealer if the ats light is on so I had aaa flat bed it to my local Infiniti dealer. After checking the vehicle I was told by the dealer that I needed to replace a leaking radiator and the transmission at a cost of almost $5,000. 00 since my vehicle was a few months out of warranty even thought I was under the mileage limit of 70k. I took it to an independent transmission repair shop and was informed that this is a very common and well known defect with Nissan/Infiniti SUV's where a defective radiator can cause the transmission fluid and coolant to mix and ruin the transmission. A quick search on google confirmed that there is in fact numerous complaints about this issue. I filed a complaint with Infiniti USA and was told that since my vehicle is no longer under warranty there is nothing they could or would do about the situation. The vehicle is currently in the transmission repair shop getting the necessary repairs done. This problem occurred on 02/02/2013.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Jeep Wrangler

The VIN of this Wrangler is 1C4HJWFG7C_. The reporting person owns a 2012 Jeep Wrangler. The contact mentioned that he noticed that transmission fluid was leaking from the vehicle. The contact mentioned that he received a notice for NHTSA campaign number: 13v234000 (power train , steering) and was awaiting for the parts to become available. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. The technician diagnosed that the transmission oil cooler tuber came in contact with the power steering return tube which caused the leak. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The vehicle was repaired. The failure and current mileage was 32,000. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred 04/30/14.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass. Consumer writes in regards to transmission problems. The consumer stated 3 weeks after purchasing the vehicle, it broke down while driving. He was able to coast down a hill and get off the road. The vehicle had to be flat bedded to the dealer. The tow truck operator informed him, the transmission had failed, as evidenced showed fluid had leaked all over his truck, as it was being put onto the flatbed. The vehicle was at the dealer for 3 weeks. This transmission fluid leaking problem happened on Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Kia Motor Sorento

The vehicle involved was a 2013 Kia Motor Sorento. While driving in parking lot and breaking the engine stopped, engine light came on. Car would not restart. Took multiple tries to get gear shift into park. Engine finally restarted. Took in to dick hannah dealer to check codes, after 2 hours they could find nothing and had not heard of the problem. Apparently they don't have internet access where this NHTSA site reports 14, now 15, of the same instances. This is a very unsafe situation & the dealers don't know about it. . . . . . . . Really. This is our first and probably last kia. This vehicle has had the electronic throttle failure while driving, faulty back seat latch, leaky power steering fitting draining most of the fluid out. It was 11/20/13 when this transmission fluid leaking issue happened.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Land Rover Range Rover

The vehicle is a 2010 Land Rover Range Rover. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Land Rover Range Rover is SALMF1D4XA_. My 2010 Range Rover suddenly and without any warning stopped functioning on the highway. My dash board went dark and the engine turned off. We completely loss control of the car with a total systems failure. Two accidents were nearly avoided. My car was taken to reeves import motorcars for inspection, investigation and testing to find out what was the cause. Reeves had my car for about 6 days and stated the car was safe to drive and they could not find any reason for the sudden dash board and engine failure. Additionally, on many occasions reeves confirmed that they checked key engine fluid levels including oil and found that the oil level was satisfactory. Reeves provided a Land Rover multi-point inspection report which directly lists the oil fluid level as "ok. " five days after reeves gave us back our car in June, the Range Rover shut down again on a major highway. We towed it to another Land Rover dealership and repair shop two hours away from and this dealership confirmed that my Range Rover only had 3. 5 qts instead of the required 8. 1 qts. This new Land Rover repair shop also confirmed that there were no signs of any oil leaks. We were told the low oil level locked the engine up and now my car needs a new engine. My safety concern is whether an electrical malfunction, including faulty oil warning lights or sensors, caused multiple factory trained technicians to miss the fact that there was a dangerously low oil level. Has this type of engine failure presented in any other Land Rovers or Range Rovers across the country. I am very concerned the electrical and/or engine problem will continue to be hazard on the highway. This issue happened on Thu., Jun. 13, 2013.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Land Rover Freelander

The vehicle was a 2002 Land Rover Freelander. The VIN of this vehicle was SALNY22202_. Engine coolant, transmission failure overheated, leaking fluids. Dealership replaced transmission when vehicle overheated. Paid 2500 for a new transmission then dealer indicated that this vehicle needed more servicing unrelated to the transmission for another 3000. 00. Dealer was negligent when fixing transmission and caused further damage. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred Tuesday, January 10, 2006.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Lexus LS400

The vehicle involved was a 1993 Lexus Ls400. Recently the car began to stumble under acceleration while driving up a hill or merging into traffic or maintaining speed while driving on the interstate. I initially thought it was a fuel supply issue so I changed out the the fuel filter, without any improvement in the problem. I was going to change the fuel pump also and while researching on the internet I learned of a problem with bad electrolytic capacitors inside the car's ecu (engine computer) which can mimic a fuel supply problem. I am a trained electronics technician, so I removed and disassembled the vehicle's ecu and replaced 2 capacitors (cost, less than $1) that I could see were bad (leaking electrolyte fluid). I test drove the car and the "fuel supply problem" was gone, it drove normally again and did not stumble when the accelerator pedal was pressed. I ordered the other 5 or 6 electrolytic capacitors in the ecu (from an outside source, the dealer will only sell a complete ecu for $2000 plus) to hopefully prevent future occurances. In conclusion, it appears the bad capacitors are the result of a "large-scale industrial espionage foul-up". Not a joke! this resulted in defective capacitors being used in many electronic assemblies (consumer electronics, automotive, household, etc. The failure date was Apr. 1, 2014.. Read more...

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Lexus LX470

The car is a 2002 Lexus Lx470. The VIN of this vehicle was JTJHT00W32_. Transmission failure at highway speed. A loud bang, grinding and smell of burning transmission fluid. Small fire from leaking transmission fluid. Higher rate of these types of failures for 2000 - 2002 Lx470 SUV's. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred August 14, 2011.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Lincoln MKX

Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 2LMDU88C38_. Appropriate handling-info copy to Ford motors company re 2008 Lincoln Mkx from trinity mccgriff, 5th attempt to resolve the consumer stated the vehicle was leaking transmission fluid. The dealer replaced a seal and the ptu several times. It was Monday, January 2, 2012 when this transmission fluid leaking issue occurred.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Lincoln Town Car

The car involved is a 2001 Lincoln Town Car. The transmission slipped. There was a loud noise coming from under the hood, the transmission leaked fluid, and would not engage when warm. The technician resealed the tailshaft plug. The lug nuts were loose since the vehicle was purchases. The vehicle would cut off while driving. There were rattle noises coming from the chassis when going over bumps. The light had come on, and the temperature would drop by itself. Scc. The failure date was Thu., Sep. 19, 2002.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Mazda Tribute

Consumer owns a 2001 Mazda Tribute. The contact stated that the steering wheel seized sporadically while driving at low speeds and a loud noise emitted from under the hood. The contact inspected the vehicle and found that transmission fluid was leaking and the tie rod was fractured. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure and current mileage was 162,000. The failure date was Aug. 1, 2013.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Mazda Tribute

The vehicle was a 2008 Mazda Tribute. The VIN of this Tribute is 4F2CZ02Z28_. Took the vehicle to the local firestone store for service to have the transmission fluid changed and flushed and they told me that the transmission cooler was leaking and this was a common problem with the 2008 Mazda Tribute and Ford escort and the only way to fix it was to replace the entire radiator because they were built into the same part. They told me $550 min. To replace. I then did some online research and went to the local Mazda dealer. They said it was a common problem and that Mazda had a program to fix this but the date was up and that there was nothing to do but pay to fix it. The Mazda dealer said $1100 to fix it. I went nuts and told them this was a rip-off. They said they would call Mazda to see if they would do anything to help with the cost since this was a known problem and there was a program to fix it for customers. They call back last Thursday to tell me that Mazda was not interested in helping in anyway and rejected the request. I told them this would make the decision for me on buying a fourth Mazda. I'm a repeat customer and they didn't even ask that information prior to making a decision. The is a bad problem with these vehicles and Mazda needs to step up and fix it!!!. It was Saturday, July 28, 2012 when this transmission fluid leaking issue occurred.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Mercedes Benz E350

The vehicle involved was a 2003 Mercedes Benz E350. The reporting person owns a 2003 Mercedes Benz ml350. The contact stated that while traveling 55 mph, there was a sudden loss of power steering. The contact resumed driving even though the steering wheel was difficult to turn without force being applied. In addition, there was power steering fluid leaking from the vehicle. There was a voluntary recall issued by the manufacturer related to the power steering assist. The dealer was notified and they informed the contact that the vehicle had been previously repaired in 2006 under the recall. The manufacturer was notified of the problem. The contact was displeased because her records indicated that the vehicle was not serviced under the recall when taken to the dealer. The vehicle was not repaired for most recent failure. The approximate failure mileage was 9,559. Updated 03/11/lj the dealer recommended the transmission electrical connector and power steering hose be replaced. Updated 03/18/14. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred 03/16/06.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Mercedes Benz C320

The car involved was a 2003 Mercedes Benz C320. I have a 2003 c 320 mbnz, the radiator leaks into the transmission. The radiator needs to be replaced. This leaking radiator fluid damaged the transmission, and it has to be replaced. This problem caused a lack of power and therefore a loss of acceleration. It happened without any warning, leaving you vulnerable due to the loss of power, a very dangerous situation which may cause an accident. The car has only 50026 miles on it. This transmission fluid leaking problem happened on Apr. 13, 2013.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Mercury Monterey

The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 2MRDA20294_. Tl-the vehicle involved is a 2004 Mercury Monterey. The contact stated that NHTSA campaign number 12v006000 (power train) was performed however the failure was not corrected while the contact drove up hill the rpm raved the vehicle lose acceleration and transmission fluid leaked. The vehicle was towed to the dealer whom performed and inspection and advised that the transmission needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure and current mileage was 75,000. Li. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred March 8, 2014.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Mercury Grand Marquis

The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Mercury Grand Marquis is 2MEFM74W83_. 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis, the built date is 10/2002. Grinding noise at right rear axle and fluid leaking at right rear axle seal coating the rear brakes. Right rear axle bearing and shaft assy failure per NHTSA campaign id number 04v328000. The vehicle belonged to my 75 year old father whom passed away last year. I now own the car. I'll assume the problem has existed for quite some time. According to Ford motor company there is no such problem with this vehicle. However, Ford does sell a half shaft rear axle bearing repair kit part number 4a109 $618. 91 to fix the problem. Can't seem to get Ford Lincoln Mercury to cover cost of repair. This problem occurred on 08/07/13.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Mitsubishi Lancer

The vehicle is a 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer evolution. The VIN of the car is JA3AW86V08_. A few months after I purchased my used evo x with 30,000 miles and a 5 yr/ 60,000 mile warranty, I noticed a puddle of fluid accumulating while it was parked in the rear passanger side of the vehicle. I soon did research to determine where it was coming from. I learned my ayc/acd pump is leaking, after further investigating it turns out this pump is nototriuos for leaking and failing. The Mitsubishi dealer denied my warranty claim and I was never given a reason, even after asking why. I have since then contacted a third party dispute center. This pumps the necessary fluid to the front and rear of the all wheel drive assemblies. If this pump fails, it will ultimately destroy the entire drive train/ all wheel drive system. Resulting in it locking up, causing the driver to loose control. As far as I know, the driver of the vehicle is unable to cause this part to be faulty, unless it is damaged, therfore is a defective part and should be replaced or fixed to insure the safety of its driver and others on the road. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred Mar. 14, 2012.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Mitsubishi Montero

The car was a 2000 Mitsubishi Montero. While driving 30 mph driver was unable to shift gears. But was able to maintain control of the vehicle, and drove it to the dealer for inspection. Also, driver noticed fluid leaking from underneath the vehicle. The cause has not been determined. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred Mon., Sep. 20, 2004.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Nissan Xterra

The car was a 2006 Nissan Xterra. The VIN of the car is 5N1AN08U16_. Vehicle did not shift smoothly and was overheating. Mechanic determined that the transmission fluid and engine coolant were intermixed due to a leak in the transmission line in the radiator. Both radiator and transmission must be replaced due to the fluid mixing. It was Monday, February 3, 2014 when this transmission fluid leaking issue occurred.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Nissan Pathfinder

The vehicle having this issue was a 2005 Nissan Pathfinder. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 5N1AR18W45_. I was at a stop light in washington d. C, when the light turned green the vehicle refused to move. Some kind people helped to push the vehicle and it was later towed to my home. I later serviced the transmission fluid and discovered that the radiator had failed and leaked into transmission. After changing the radiator the transmission remained inoperable. I have not been able to drive the car since. I am still making payment on the car even though I cannot drive it. The failure date was Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of SAAB 900

The vehicle was a 1996 SAAB 900. After a 30 minutes of driving vehicle was parked in a parking lot. Smoke was noticed coming from underneath the hood area before a fire started. Fire department was on site to put out fire. SAAB has been contacted. Vehicle traveling, check the engine light appeared and stayed on the cause was determined to be a sensor. The vehicle slips while in gear and before going into gear due to loss of fluid by lthe leaking transmission. This problem occurred on Sunday, April 27, 1997.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of SAAB 9-3

I purchased a 2004 SAAB 9-3 around March 15, 2007. A little over a month ago, I was vacationing in florida when the vehicle would not accelerate. I had it towed to the local SAAB dealership in orlando, FL where I was told I needed to purchase a speed sensor. This was done and the cost was approximately $515. 00. The day after the repair, I noticed the car continued to have rough and inappropriate shifting. I took it to my local SAAB dealership in dublin, OH where a diagnostic was performed. The transmission fluid was changed and the transmission reprogrammed. The service technician stated that the transmission fluid was, milky and dark in appearance. ¿ they suggested that I take the car, drive it for 2 weeks and bring it back to see if the problem continued. After driving the car for 2 weeks I returned it to the dealership to find out that the transmission needed to be replaced. The cost for this is $7000. 00. The dealership informed me that the couplings had gone bad and caused coolant to leak into the transmission fluid. These same couplings were recalled by SAAB in 2003-2004. However, by VIN number, my vehicle does not fall within the dates of the recall. The radiator and couplings were manufactured during that recall period and are considered to be defective parts. I was told by the dealership to contact gm/SAAB to try and obtain financial assistance. I have been in that process for almost 1 month now. Originally, they offered to pay 25% towards parts and labor for the new transmission (admitting guilt) which would decrease the cost for me to $5000. 00. I should not be responsible for paying for their negligence. It was June 6, 2008 when this transmission fluid leaking issue happened.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Saturn VUE

The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Saturn Vue is 5GZCZ43D23_. 03 Saturn Vue at anderson hummer04/14/06. 03/16/07service @red lion chevy hesitation almost stalling. Grinding noise couldn't dup prob after 33m test-drive, replaced front pads&rotors. Miles in 81258 out 81293, 04/03/07 no power. Stopped in the middle of road. Anderson said tow car to Saturn of york rd. Dealer said we need a new trans,$5,000. 82,442 milesvti tran. Total was $1,077. 35 refunded $578 out of the extended 5yr/75k mile warranty. Dealer informed us trans repair was under a 1yr/12,000 mile warranty. Picked up car 04/19/07. On 11/02/07 took the car in to be serviced again,Saturn of york, PA. Ses light and hes when cold. Ses code p0841,trans code tech noticed trans whine (low fluid)leak at right shaft seal, repaired seal filled trans,road tested for vti operation. Noise in the rear tire when braking. They cleaned and deglazed the rear brakes adjusted and test drove. This cost an additional $454. 51. Inspected at Saturn of york on 03/05/08, passed. 05/20/08 dropped the car off again at Saturn of y. Car had begun to have a vibrating sound in the rear pass side and no power when taking off from a stop/turning, it felt like the car was going to stall out. Per Saturn the rear diff needs to be replaced, my husband spoke with the tech that had looked over my car. Vti transmission was defective. This car is unsafe, I am afraid to drive it. Saturn has offered to pay 50% of the $5000 transmission repair but I am too scared to drive the car. I still owe $9402. 63. We went to Saturn of york to find out what our trade in options were - we were offered $1000 for the car! willing to buy Saturn again as long as no vti trans. Saturn is not willing to help us they are asking that we put $4100 in to a car that they would possibly give us $4500 in perfect car. Vti of the car is so low due to the defective transmission used. Lakin law firm class action suit against Saturn for vti trans. Pa/MD were not in 12 states included. 2 trans in two yrs. Extended warranty not acceptable,vti trans is a joke!. This issue happened on Friday, May 11, 2007.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Saturn SW2

The vehicle involved is a 1997 Saturn Sw2. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 1G8ZK827XV_. A bolt in transmission broke off and broke through the casing, causing transmission fluid to leak. . Vehicle could catch fire. Contacted dealer. The failure date was 09/09/02.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Subaru Outback

The vehicle involved is a 2008 Subaru Outback. The contact stated that the vehicle stalled without warning while driving at low speeds. The contact also stated that the transmission fluid leaked and the vehicle smoked. The vehicle was towed to the dealer. The contact was informed that the transmission hose fractured and created the leak. The contact was also informed that the radiator was defective. The dealer replaced the transmission hoses and the radiator. The vehicle was repaired. The failure and current mileages were 50,284. It was April 9, 2012 when this transmission fluid leaking issue happened.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Subaru Outback

The vehicle was a 2002 Subaru Outback. The VIN of this vehicle was 4S3BH67522_. The transmission fluid leaks from the engine. As a result, the vehicle stalls without warning. The transmission was replaced twice, however the problem recurred. The left door panel by the window regulator driver window was not working, there was noise when the driver pressed the gas pedal in the gear, and a gas smell was present when the vehicle was accelerated. The failure date was Tuesday, June 1, 2004.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Suzuki XL7

The car involved is a 2002 Suzuki xl-7. The VIN of this vehicle is JS3TX92V72_. Problems with vehicle overheating. The vehicle engine would overheat occasionally and leak coolant. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who replaced the coolant, radiant, thermostat and other engine components. Transmission fluid leaked and white smoke could be seen coming from the rear of the vehicle. The vehicle's accelerator pedal vibrated and noise was heard coming from the engine when starting. The timing chain and tensioner had to be replaced. This transmission fluid leaking problem happened on Tuesday, Apr. 1, 2003.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Suzuki Verona

Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is KL5VJ52L24_. 2004 Suzuki Verona warranty issues. Consumer had a problem with the dealership and charges for the repairs to his vehicle. The consumer stated the check light had illuminated. A diagnosis determined there was a problem with the fuel sensor and egr valve. The vehicle continued to stall out in traffic sporadically and the tachometer jumped up and down. The dealership could not find any codes showing problems and the check engine light did not come on again. The consumer was also advised transmission fluid was leaking and the radiator and lines needed to be replaced. This transmission fluid leaking problem happened on Wednesday, May 14, 2008.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Toyota RAV4

The vehicle having this issue was a 2007 Toyota Rav4. 9/30/2013 I backed out my car out of a parking spot, after putting it in drive and started driving when suddenly the car leaped forward, too fast for the intended speed and then came to a grinding halt, I could not put it in reverse and I shut it off. I restarted the car because of its location I could not stay. I was able to drive it a block to one of my clients. After an hour I started the car and attempted to drive away, car did not want to shift gears when picking up speed and I felt the care was unsafe as well as unable to drive on a freeway. Aaa was called and towed to Toyota. 10/1/2013 the cause for surge and no reverse was suspected to be caused by low fluid level in transmission. The beaverton Toyota service rep ([xxx]) told me that low levels of fluid would cause the car to eventually stop and unable to shift. One quart of transmission fluid was added, no leaks were detected and my car was taken on a road test and return car was recommended by tas, whatever that means. I felt that the car did drive different, the sound of the gear shifting and the way the car reacted was different, however if the professionals from beaverton Toyota did a test drive they would have noticed too, it?s their job. On10/6/2013 late afternoon, my car came to a grinding halt right in the driving lane I was traveling at a speed of approximately 20 to 30 mph. It felt I hit a wall how the car stopped abruptly and sound of lots of grinding metal. I called aaa and had it towed back to Toyota again. 10/9/2013 received notice that transmission is out, I was told that the transmission was totally shredded. If this last sudden stop had happened on the freeway or crossing a busy intersection, myself and others could have been seriously hurt. Information redacted pursuant to the freedom of information act (foia), 5 u. S. C. 552(b)(6). The failure date was 09/30/2010.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Toyota Highlander

Tl-the vehicle involved is a 2005 Toyota Highlander. The contact stated that he noticed transmission fluid leaking from the transmission. The vehicle was neither diagnosed nor repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 99,000. Kmj. This problem occurred on June 12, 2013.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Volkswagen Passat

As I was driving my new 2012 Volkswagen Passat from my house to my destination, my transmission fluid began to leak out onto the street. I had purchased the car eight days earlier which was a new car from the dealership which only had 2 miles on the car. The amount of miles I had put on the car was 500 miles and the transmission fluid leaked because of a malfunction inside of it. The car was under warranty and they dealership had to put a new transmission into my car because of the old one had defected parts inside. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred Sunday, July 8, 2012.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Volkswagen Passat

The car was a 2003 Volkswagen Passat. I have an '03 vw Passat . About 4 months ago I noticed it had started hesitating when trying to back uphill. I took it to the dealership and they put transmission fluid in it. It was ok for a short period of time and it started again. I took it back. They scanned it and said there were no leaks but they put in more transmission fluid. That lasted 1 1/2 weeks. They are now ordering a whole new transmission because the slipping did it when the service people drove it. They had not test driven it the previous times until after they put in fluid. This problem occurred on Apr. 16, 2007.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Volvo XC90

The vehicle involved was a 2005 Volvo Xc90. Vehicle identification number (VIN): YV1CZ91125_. The transmission failed at less than 85,000 miles. Then the second transmission's out-put shaft began leaking with less than 40,000 miles on it, because according to the dealer it is "out-of-round/true". The transmission needs to be replaced. This transmission fluid leak is also a fire hazard. The failure date was Thursday, October 1, 2009.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Volvo XC90

The VIN of this vehicle was YV1CZ91H93_. The reporting person's vehicle is a 2003 Volvo Xc90. The contact stated that the vehicle would jerk abnormally and without warning. In addition, the shift gear lever was defective and both the power steering fluid and transmission fluids were leaking. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who advised the contact that the vehicle age had exceeded the time frame in which they were willing to offer any assistance. The manufacturer was notified of the failure and advised the contact that the vehicle was no longer under warranty and offered no additional assistance. The failure mileage was 500 and the current mileage was 65,000. It was Aug. 9, 2007 when this transmission fluid leaking issue occurred.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Audi TT

The vehicle identification number (VIN) is TRUUT28N95_. The owner has a 2005 Audi Tt roadster. The contact stated that the transmission fluid was leaking. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who diagnosed that the transmission had been punctured. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 30,489 and the current mileage was 30,495. This problem occurred on Tuesday, May 1, 2012.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Audi TT

The vehicle involved is a 2008 Audi Tt. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is TRUAF38J58_. Vehicle hard shifting between gears. Dsg transmission. Auto lost power. Transmission seals leaking between transmission and engine. Fluid leaking from multi-clutch cover seal. Issue returned a second time on 28 Dec 2011 with approximately 44560 miles. Vehicle lost power and was hard shifting. Rpm surge,vehicle surge. Engine quit due to rough running and loss of power, rpm fluxuating. It was Aug. 8, 2011 when this transmission fluid leaking issue occurred.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of BMW 745

The car involved was a 2003 BMW 745li. Terrible transmission in this car!!!while driving, this car jumps into gear. Feels like someone hit me from behind whenever I stop. It also started leaking transmission fluid. After researching this car, I have found out the 745li models are known for transmission problems,and leaks. This car should have a recall on it,because apparently BMW knows this,and has done nothing about it. They should make consumers aware they have ongoing problems with the transmissions. I went to drop car off for repair,and there were 4 other 745li's needing same repair. BMW should be made to recall these cars,and pay to have them repaired,or reimburse us if we already had this fixed. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred March 12, 2012.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of BMW X5

The vehicle was a 2007 BMW X5. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 5UXFE43557_. The transmission mechatronic sealing sleeve leaked fluid and left puddle of oil/fluid on my garage floor. The early diagnosis showed engine oil leak and eventually concluded it was transmission fluid leak recently, while the vehicle leaked the fluid during a long period of time that we don't know how much it leaked already. The transmission is a sealed unit and owner has no way to check the fluid level via a dipstick or any mean. The automatic sensor system only checks engine oil, brake fluid, power steering fluid, etc but not reports transmission fluid level. So, there is no way any BMW owner would know if the transmission fluid is low or totally empty. This would post safety issue if a vehicle breaks down in a middle of traffic due to transmission fluid leak problem without any warning sign. Furthermore, BMW has published a technical service information "si b 24 08 06" dated March 2010 for this particular problem. BMW did not notify owner to check the vehicle for sign of transmission fluid leak, nor asked dealer to inspect the vehicle during service visits. As a matter of fact, my 2007 X5 has never been inspected for this problem but it clearly had this problem! considering it is a low mileage vehicle, this problem should not exist normally. Thus, the workmanship or material BMW used in the (transmission) assembly factory has poor quality and causes this safety concern. There was a saying if a vehicle was driven too much, or a vehicle was sitting there or not been driven for a period of time, it would have this problem. Such a saying should not be a factor of design or quality control of BMW (or any) vehicle and I urge BMW recalls all vehicle to check for transmission leak due to this problem and pays for all necessary repair. This issue happened on Aug. 12, 2011.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Buick Enclave

The vehicle involved was a 2008 Buick Enclave. The VIN of this Enclave is 5GAEV23768_. The power steering lines as well as the transmission cooler lines have defective crimps where the rubber portion of the hose mates with the metal portion. This causes leaking power steering and transmission fluid that could potentially leak onto hot exhaust and start a fire. Or these lines could burst and cause rapid loss of fluid causing vehicle control issues. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred Monday, February 3, 2014.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Buick Enclave

The car was a 2008 Buick Enclave. I started from park and shifted to drive. As soon as I gently stepped on the gas to accelerate there was a jolt and loud noise. It shifted rough basically. The check engine light came on immediately. I stopped and looked under the car and hood for any signs of damage or leaking fluid and found none. I then decided to stop at the first auto part store I found to get the code read for the warning light. The codes read p0717, p0716, p0700, p0756. The tech told me that this indicated one of three problems all dealing with the transmission. So I decided to drive home and figure out what to do. As I started to drive it failed to shift from first gear. So I ended up driving slow due to the car being in first gear. Then suddenly the car acted as if it was in neutral, not allowing me to go forward or reverse. So I coasted to a stop and had the vehicle get pushed the remaining block. The shop tells me that it is some kind of wave plate and requires a new transmission at close to an estimated $5000. I just bought this car because I recently had a baby and have another child. I work for the military and can't afford this kind of repair 8 months after I had purchased it. Since this problem I have done some research and there are hundreds of people with the same problem. Which leads me to my question, when is enough? how many does it take to have a recall? my family are now down to one vehicle until I can figure out a way to pay for this repair. It was Jan. 9, 2014 when this transmission fluid leaking issue happened.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Cadillac SRX

The vehicle was a 2014 Cadillac Srx. Crash happened when the problem occurred. Incident occurred while contact (c) was backing Srx down the approx 40 degree upslope 100¿ long driveway curved at bottom. Surfaces were dry & it was sunny. C purchased Srx new (navigation, driver awareness & driver assist) in late 12/13. C &/or spouse have backed Srx down driveway without incident 100 plus times. C & spouse entered Srx, adjusted seats & mirror, & buckled seat belts. C depressed brake pedal & pushed start button. While retaining pressure on brake, c shifted transmission selector into r, ¿reverse. ¿� the back-up camera display appeared. Immediately, Srx began to roll down driveway. Rolling continued despite increasing brake pedal pressure exerted. C was standing on brake pedal to get Srx to respond to full stop. Viewing the back-up camera display, c attempted to steer Srx so as to avoid entering street. Srx was stopped by impacting retaining wall on left side of driveway. Once Srx had stopped, c (with brake pedal still depressed) was able to shift gears & move Srx from driveway. C tested Srx by driving forwards & braking & noted no issues. Srx was dealer inspected. Dealer indicated that "could not duplicate concern. Checked for bulletins, no related bulletins. Inspected brake fluid for leaks, no leaks. No stored dtc's. " Srx's hill start assist feature, which holds Srx for maximum of two secs so driver may move from brake to accelerator without risk of rolling - feature does not function. Dealer verbally stated that on steep hills, Srx should be driven with two feet, one on brake & one on accelerator. For this report, c never used accelerator & never removed foot from brake pedal. C believes Srx should not have been at risk of rolling & brakes & transmission failed & should be investigated. Crash resulted in damage to left mirror, left chrome vent & left rear wheel well. Repair cost estimated at $980. This problem occurred on May. 13, 2014.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Cadillac CTS

The vehicle involved was a 2004 Cadillac Cts. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Cadillac Cts is 1G6DM57704_. Noticed brown liquid leaking from the front driver wheel area. Had vehicle towed to gm dealer where they discovered a coolant line failure which created leaking of transmission fluid into radiator and coolant into transmission. Both transmission and radiator need replacing, car is unable to be driven. This was determined by the dealer and Cadillac to be a failure of the part, unable to be prevented and unable to detect. Consumer was not at all responsible for damage. Total estimated cost $4,900. Contacted gm where they offered to "split" the cost 50/50, myself reliable for the $2400. Although Cadillac took responsibility for the failure, I am responsible for the cost of repair. It was 11/21/2011 when this transmission fluid leaking issue occurred.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Jaguar XJ8

The VIN of the car is SAJWA71C44_. Problems with 2004 Jaguar Xj8 transmission. Transmission fluid was leaking due to a faulty output flange and seal. The transmission also leaked. The consumer researched the NHTSA website and found two recall. One was for the automatic transmission and the other one was for the frontal air bags. The consumer would like to know if her vehicle is part of or potentially could be part of the safety recall. This transmission fluid leaking issue occurred Tuesday, June 29, 2004.

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car   Transmission Fluid Leaking problem of Jaguar XJ8

Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is SAJHX1245W_. 1998 Jaguar Xj8 zf-transmission failure. Vehicle has 105, 542 miles. Vehicle would jerk and shudder under light acceleration (2nd &3rd gears). Transmission is a zf- 5 speed, sealed unit-no servicing. This happened 3-4 times but did not trigger a fault code. When starting from a stop sign, there was a loud grinding noise that sounded like the gears were not meshing. I pulled over and checked the vehicle for leaks or obvious damage- none noted. Started vehicle and attempted to merge into traffic. More grinding, transmission started slipping (over speed) which triggered gear box fault code. Transmission went into limp mode and I drove it one mile to my home. Had vehicle towed to an authorized Jaguar mechanic. Fault codes were read. Codes= 1732 (gear control), 1732 gear control-2nd gear, 1733 gear control 3rd gear, 1722 stall speed failure. Remedy is to replace the transmission- $7800. 00. Vehicle towed home. Contacted Jaguar cars customer service regarding NHTSA recall 99v138000 power train: automatic transmission. This recall has to do with fine cracks in gears within the gear box, potently causing transmission to lock up. Jaguar said "there are no outstanding service bulletins regarding the transmission for my vehicle. Jaguar was not even aware of the 99v138000 campaign recall. Transmission will not engage in any forward gears and has minimal, jerky movement in reverse. Vehicle moves forward when in neutral. This transmission has no maintenance no filter changes, no fluid change intervals. If you can't check the fluid, filters or service the transmission, how are you supposed to know its condition? the vehicle is non-operational at this time. It was Jan. 3, 2006 when this transmission fluid leaking issue occurred.

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