MAJOR OIL LEAK FIXING OF ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION

Oil leaks can be frustrating because they don’t come from one place on a car. Consider the following as the most common causes: Valve gasket, oil filter, oil filter cap, oil drain plug. The major causes of oil leaks are due to degraded engine gaskets, oil pan leaks, oil seals or bad connections.

ENGINEOIL LEAK

A transfer case is part of the drive train system on vehicles with four-wheel drive.The bottom of the internal parts of the transfer case sit inside the gear oil, and, as the gears rotate, the oil sticks to the gears, keeping them well-lubbed. Problems with your car's transfer case can arise due to a fluid leak.

TRANSMISSION OIL LEAK

A transmission fluid leak is caused by a gap somewhere in your transmission. Driving your car with low transmission fluid can cause serious damage in a short time. Your transmission relies on its oil to help lubricate and avoid friction and heat build-up. No matter what’s causing the
leak, your need to prioritize to get it fixed immediately. Even if it starts off small at first, if left alone it can progressively get worse which can lead to major problems like transmission failure.

TRANSFER CASE LEAK

A transfer case is part of the drive train system on vehicles with four-wheel drive.The bottom of the internal parts of the transfer case sit inside the gear oil, and, as the gears rotate, the oil sticks to the gears, keeping them well-lubbed. Problems with your car's transfer case can arise due to a fluid leak.