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post #1 of 5 Old 12-28-2008, 02:58 PM Thread Starter
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tranny leak?

Whats up in the front of the auto trannys that can leak? Front seal?
Is their any sort of drain plug in the convergter? I have tranny fluid around the bell housing plug in the bottom. (at least looks like a site plug or something?)
Iam thinking only front seal would leak here??
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yes your TC has a plug in it the only thing that could be leaking would be trans pump seal or shaft is not setting right in the TC or trans it self.
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I get the front seal, the shaft? like play in it allowing fluid to get by?
Does the TC plug ever leak? if so can I get to it?
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yes take the cover off the trans it should be 4 10mm bolts and it will come off then you can get to the plug on the TC. the Tc is full.drain first
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thanks, I am not going to remove the plug unless its leaking.
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