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RE: Where did my tranny fluid leaked from??

Over heated and blew it out the vent tube. Check the fluid level with the dip stick while at normal temp in Park. ^^^^^. This ^^^^^ It scares me the OP didn’t do this when adding fluid in the first place. :S Forgot to point out we were in the middle of no where and only auto part store only had 3 quarts available. Had to stop 3 other time and buy all they had.
lamoz1 08/05/19 06:27pm Class A Motorhomes
Where did my tranny fluid leaked from??

1999 F53 with 55k miles on it and a Ford V10 Traveled to the lake this weekend and all was fine until I got to the campsite and as I attempted to get close to the water I must have gone over a soft spot but immediately sunk in. My front end all the way to the frame. I tried to reverse out but it did not budge. Another camper tried to pull me out and as he tried in reverse I was on the gas, but did not budge My tranny smoked and we stopped trying. I then see the I loss a lot of transmission fluid. I AAA came and pulled me out, my rv did not drive. So I poured 3 quarts and got it to move. No leaks It was not driving well and felt like the tranny was slipping. So I put another 4 quarts and then another 3 and made it home. I don't think is full as of yet ( takes 16 quart ) I'm wondering where did my fluid leak from?.. After putting in about 12 quarts I didn't see any leaks and yes the trans feel like it will need service. I must have burned or glazed by clutches for 1st and 2nd gear.
lamoz1 08/05/19 10:58am Class A Motorhomes
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