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Old 09-23-2012, 02:07 AM   #1
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Tranny leaks?

Where are the most common place for the tranny to leak? I just notice tonight that mine is leaking. Looks to me its coming from the top plate. I have red fluids running all over. It's been sitting for many years in the shop not driven. Hope this is a easy fix.
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Rear shaft seal, speedo cable and pan of course check all
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Re: Tranny leaks?

Make sure that the vent is clear.
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Make sure that the vent is clear.
The vent? Where's that?
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Where are the most common place for the tranny to leak? I just notice tonight that mine is leaking. Looks to me its coming from the top plate. I have red fluids running all over. It's been sitting for many years in the shop not driven. Hope this is a easy fix.
Front and rear seals, oil pan & dispstick tube, shift linkage arm and speedo cable.
If it was sitting for a long time then it will likely need a rebuild as the internal seals will have degraded too.
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