We had the transmission rebuilt(May-2013) and it cost over $3000. After we had some oil leaks repaired the transmission has sprung leaks about every other month (small leak but nevertheless a leak). Each time we took it in they said it was something else but it did not fix the leak. The first time they said it was a test plug. The second time my husband forgot to ask. The third time they said it was an o - ring. The fourth time they said it was a solenoid gasket leak. This fifth time they said it was a pressure plug. Now it is leaking again and we are taking it back tomorrow. I think those parts are inside the transmission and I know they are not taking the transmission out to replace those parts. I may be wrong but I think it is a leak around the pan because they didn't seal it properly in the first place or (my driveway is on a slant and it doesn't leak if I park it level ) it is leaking at the top where the transmission goes on to the engine. Please help me by answering because I am tired of them telling me what it was when I think I know better (I am a girl and they think I'm stupid). Anyway they are not charging us ( it went out of warranty May 30,2014) but it is not getting fixed. Please reply as soon as you can so I can be armed with some answers by telling them they are feeding us a line each time because they don't want to fix it properly. The transmission seems to shift just fine but the leak keeps coming and I am tired of taking it in. I want to be able to tell them if they are feeding us a line of bull. Are the parts I mentioned replaceable without taking the tranny out or not. I have asked what a test plug was and most people I know never heard of it. I thought the solenoid gasket was on the inside of the transmission. Please let me know by email as soon as you can. Thanks for listening ;) Anne Murray
have the same problem?
Sunday, July 6th, 2014 AT 4:32 PM