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Leeking a lot of fluid!

This just started this morning... I came home at lunch, left the truck running and when I backed out of the driveway I noticed a spot on the driveway.

Later this evening I stopped at the store and after 10 minutes it left a lot of tranny fluid on the ground. When I looked it appeared to be coming from the rubber "inspection / access" thingy in the front of the tranny.


Has this ever happened to any of you guy's??

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sounds like your front seal is bad.

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sounds like your front seal is bad.
Great! The dealer I use is really good, but... Do you think this is a quick fix? I need to tow my Jeep on Friday morning.

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uh, maybe. you might need some other parts replaced, but I dont think it will be too too major no.

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Got up early this morning and was at dealer #1 at 6:30am. When the service department opened at 7:00am they told me there diesel mechanic was off tell Monday... So I was off to dealer #2. They were great, had my truck on the lift within 20 minutes of me pulling in. However, they told me the tranny would need to be pulled and it was not a quick fix.

The service writer called me this afternoon and said the pump, front seal and torque converter were going to be replaced. Good news is it will be ready by Friday night.

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