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  • avatar laltazan 11/28/11 9:51 pm PST

    The cause is aeration of the fluid. Most common causes are internal transmission leaks, especially at the filter inlet or valve body. Air is sucked into the pump and compressed. When it expands, fluid is forced out. This can be dangerous as ATF is very flammable.

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  • laltazan 11/28/11 9:51 pm PST

    The cause is aeration of the fluid. Most common causes are internal transmission leaks, especially at the filter inlet or valve body. Air is sucked into the pump and compressed. When it expands, fluid is forced out. This can be dangerous as ATF is very flammable.

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