OK, so I need the special dip stick plus this scanning temp tool. Don't have either of those so Is it really that sensitive, I just can't measure it with dipstick only?
Also, see attached pictures, I read from another post
others have just used a dremel and cut the metal fluid lines, then re attached new tubing with clamps and has worked fine. My question then is, where should I cut the metal?
#1 (in picture) maybe an inch past or so where the current metal cringe is touching/attached to the actual metal line.
#2 (in picture) or cut into the metal cringe itself?
(The 2 tubings in picture look clean now as I wiped them off, so I can monitor next few days to make sure is leaking from there)
I also took picture (# 3) of where the metal cooling lines enter the bottom of the transmission unit near bottom of car, it looks like is also leaking from there? Can you give me your opinion on that also based on picture?
If so this is now even a bigger job, that i 'm not sure I want to tackle. I originally thought maybe just leaking form the 2 upper tubings Any info would be great.