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Old 10-29-2012, 06:49 PM
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Tranny Leak at Slope/incline

As the title reads, I have a ATF leak its happening at a slope and include? I dont know where the leak is comming from.
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Old 10-29-2012, 06:58 PM
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tranny leak

try and clean off the tranny front and back with some break clean or some thing. If you are parking facing uphill It may be coming from the rear out put shaft. this will happen if the truck sits for along time. if you face down hill and it leaks in the front it may come from the front input shaft. or your plug is loose. try to determin what part of the tranny is leaking.dont just look at the puddle under neath.
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try and clean off the tranny front and back with some break clean or some thing. If you are parking facing uphill It may be coming from the rear out put shaft. this will happen if the truck sits for along time. if you face down hill and it leaks in the front it may come from the front input shaft. or your plug is loose. try to determin what part of the tranny is leaking.dont just look at the puddle under neath.
Thanks for the insight? I read something about the bulk head bolt or seal but think it may be for the 05.
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