Having problems with your 1985 Chevrolet Suburban ?

Loosing water out of radiator and overflow tank has greasy look in the bottom. Also transmission fluid appears to have been sprayed over undercarriage at the rear of transmission.

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-07-2019

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If you are loossing transmission fluid radiator cooling chambers broken inside. radiator replacement is required and luckly if no damage transmission flush needs to be done,. is your engine overeating? feel free to write back i can be helpful
You need to carefully check over the entire cooling system and engine for leaks. I can't see that far...Residue in tank is likely normal...never seen one that is clean. You don't want to see actual oil floating in there or in the radiator. Under the car, the trans fluid should be cleaned up with a rag, then run it and ...look carefully for seepage. Most common is the pan gasket or driveshaft seal, but check everything. You have the advantage here...you can look at it, I cannot.
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