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Leak between trans and T case

I noticed fluid leaking from in between the trans and transfer case. The trans was rebuilt less than 8000 miles ago. Im wondering if there is supposed to be fluid between the two or does this leak mean a seal in the trans has gone? My Dodge had a weep hole between the two so you would know if you had a bad trans seal, not sure if Ford did that too or not, I looked but didnt see a weep hole but I could have missed it, lighting wasnt that great and I was working on another project and just took a quick peak to see where the fluid is coming from. Do I need to pull the T case and use a silicone gasket maker or do I have bigger problems? Thanks in advance

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I have been having some trans issues a little different from yours but it sounds like they just didn't get the gasket between the trans and transfer case to seal up good. I know the E4OD doesn't have a rear seal on the transmission and the only seal between the transfer case and transmission is the input seal on the transfer case. Your trans is probably a 4R100 but I would bet its the same.

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