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Transmission Spewing fluid?

Is there any way to stop it from doing this when you put it in reverse? I am making puddles in my driveway and now i got a nice long line of fluid from where i park it.

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Sure, Pull the tranny and replace that sorry pos junk grey ford front seal with an aftermarket "Viton" or silicone seal. Problem solved.....
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Looks like FORD overfilled my tranny and i do have a nice 1/4 mile hill climb to my house although the temp has never gotten above 140. so i am just going to have to live with it until the tranny goes. Then i'll replace the front seal with a good aftermarket one thanks.

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Now why would you do that.?? Replace the seal and save the transmission. A whole lot cheaper...
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cause i have a feeling the tranny is already going.

2003 F350 Crew Cab 7.3L
- AFE Stage III Intake
- 4" Exhaust
- Goose neck setup
- Billet Grill
- 3 gauge A-Arm Cluster (Trans Temp, Boost, Pyro)
- DP F8 Chip
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