I have a 1998 Plymouth Voyager Esspresso it has 93k miles on it and has ran fine since i got from the dealer. Today we came back from friends and by the time we got home the transmission was slipping badly. On further investigation we found we where leaking fluid in a steady stream I got under the hood and found that there was transmission fluid on the top side of the transmission in the little canals of the casing of the transmission. From where I can tell it is leaking from the top and appears that there is a hole of some sort that its coming out of. I am not sure if this is a Bolt hole or a plug hole its about 3/8 inch can anyone tell me what this hole is and what goes in there its sorta towards the back of the transmission on the top this is a front wheel drive transmission so you can see most of it. Before I take into the dealer I want to have an idea of what Im getting into. Please any help at all would be great.
This is a 4 speed transmission with a 3.3 liter motor
1998 Plymouth Voyager Esspresso
have the same problem?
Saturday, January 27th, 2007 AT 8:10 PM