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Joey

Joey 11/12/2016

2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse RS 4 Cyl 2.40L

Transmissions & Drivetrains

Just replaced radiator, now it's leaking transmission fluid.

I just replaced my radiator today, and now it's leaking transmission fluid. I'm guessing it's coming from the transmission cooling lines, but I'm not sure why. I replaced the lines and that didn't seem to solve the problem. Do I maybe have the lines attached to the wrong points? Like, do the lines cross or does the right side go to the right and the left side go to the left where the rubber lines connect to the steel tranny lines... I forgot to look at that before I took it off and I'm afraid that might be the problem, so I tried switching it but it seems like it may still be leaking? Otherwise could it be that the radiator is somehow cracked and leaking fluid? This is my first time replacing a radiator and nothing I've tried seems to work in fixing it, so any advice would help. I would take it to a shop but I really don't have enough money. So thanks for the help! Also if anyone has my model car and wants to send pictures of the lines that'd be so great too!

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