|05-27-2010 11:40 AM|
|bthor76||Thanks guys. The underside does have some oily residue but I don't have a puddle.|
|04-27-2010 04:17 PM|
check the rear seal and see if it is running off the shaft. You can also set a piece of poster board or cardboard under it overnight and trace any drips up to where they started.
Aside from that, x2 to what AzTJ said...
|04-27-2010 03:44 PM|
|AzTJ||It might be over heating and burning some off, or spewing it out the breather while driving. Is it damp or coated with fluid on the underside of the tub?|
|04-27-2010 03:28 PM|
|bergy||my 87 does this too and i am working on finding the leak with it but i have been busy lately... try adding some lucas transmission fluid to your jeep and see if that helps at all|
|04-27-2010 02:53 PM|
Automatic Transmission Fluid Leak
My 95 Jeep Wrangler has an odd problem. Approximately every 500 miles I have to add a quart of transmission fluid. I have no idea where the fluid is going? I do not have an oil puddle on my driveway. It might be dripping while I'm underway. I have no clue. Anyone have any thoughts?