Transmission fluid overheats and starts to leak oil when a transmission is overheated.
If the fluid doesn’t get to the radiator and engine, the oil will flow into the fuel tank causing an engine fire.
It’s very easy to fix a transmission leak by cooling it.
But there’s no easy way to cool it.
To cool a transmission, you’ll need to use a blow-off valve.
A blow-offshot, or blow-in, valve, is a valve with a valve cover that allows the air to flow through.
This allows the fuel to get out of the tank.
A simple blow-out is done by pushing the valve open, then pushing the air back in.
But this is difficult because the fuel in the tank must first be cooled.
If you blow the oil out of a transmission with a blow off valve, it will not only heat up the oil, it also can cause the fuel pump to blow and the transmission to stall.
So if you want to cool the oil in a transmission to a temperature that’s not too hot, you need to open a blowoff valve first.
A good way to do this is to place a piece of plastic or metal between the fuel filter and the fuel oil.
This will allow you to blow the fuel off the fuel-oil mixture and let the oil cool.
This way you will have a blow out, which will allow the fuel flow to stop.
To open a blown-off blow-away valve, remove the fuel pressure gauge from the fuel line and remove the oil pressure gauge.
Then carefully slide the oil into the blow- off valve.
When the oil has cooled down, pull out the pressure gauge and look for a black ring around the valve.
That’s a blow hole.
Blow holes can be very dangerous, so make sure you blow them away before you try to open the valve again.
To close the blow hole, push the fuel tube to the left.
This should force the fuel into the valve and allow the oil to flow back into the tank, but it can cause an engine failure if the oil flows into the engine.