You are welcome for the help, that what we are here for. :) Here are instructions that should help you with the transmission pan leak:
Notice: Do not use any type of grease to retain parts during the assembly of this unit. Using greases other than the recommended assembly lube changes the transaxle fluid characteristics. Using greases other than the recommended assembly lube causes undesirable shift conditions and/or filter clogging. Use TRANSJEL(TM) J 36850 or equivalent during the assembly of this unit.
1. Raise and support the vehicle. Refer to Lifting and Jacking the Vehicle.
2. Place a drain pan under the transaxle oil pan.
3. Remove the transaxle oil pan bolts (23) from the front and the sides of the oil pan.
4. Loosen the rear transaxle oil pan bolts.
Notice: Ensure care is taken NOT to damage the mating surfaces of the oil pan and of the case or oil leaks may occur.
5. Use a rubber mallet to lightly tap the oil pan or use a screwdriver to pry the oil pan loose.
6. Allow the fluid to drain.
7. Remove the remaining transaxle bolts (23).
8. Remove the oil pan (24) from the automatic transmission.
9. Remove the oil pan gasket (25).
10. Inspect the oil pan and the filter for the following foreign material:
* Metal particles
* Clutch facing material
* Rubber particles
* Engine coolant
11. Determine the source of the contamination.
12. Correct the source of the contamination.
Check out the diagrams (below). Please let us know if you need anything else to get the problem fixed.
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Saturday, April 27th, 2019 AT 11:21 AM