Transmission Fluid Overfill?

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You never want to overfill your transmission fluid. This happens when you do not run the car before adding the fluid. You should run the car for at least 20 minutes before checking the levels. Not doing this can cause you to overfill the transmission.
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1. Drive your car for five to ten minutes until it is warm. Check the transmission fluid only when the transmission is warm. Keep the engine on when you check the transmission fluid
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If it is over half a quart overfull you risk blowing the seals out of your transmission. Especially the front seal that is located in your front pump. The pressure will be too great
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Remove enough excess fluid to bring the reservoir to the correct level. A simple siphon pump will do the trick, but make sure the motor is running at normal operating temperature
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Too much transmission fluid could create foam which is bad. It can
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1. Drive your car for five to ten minutes until it is warm. Check the transmission fluid only when the transmission is warm. Keep the engine on when you check ...
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