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i took it back to them and showed them what i had found. they will be pulling it in today or tomorrow to see if they caused the issue. The fluid running from the front of the transmission to the transfer case and dripping is light blue and clear. im wondering if when trying to pair the tranny and engine back up they stressed out or damaged the tranny input shaft seal.
I may not be correct about this, but i work on aircraft and deal with replacing shaft seals all the time and know how delicate they are, not lining up the shaft, stressing the shaft, or pressing on the seal in the wrong way will ruin them. if the transmission input shaft seal is the same type i can see how they can mess it up without knowing.
All i know is that it didnt leak the day i took it in, and the week after i got it back i have spots in the driveway and its running back from the front of the tranny and dripping off the transfer case.
*Bought March 2011 @ 150K / Sold March 2016 @ 230K* E1999 7.3 PS 6 Speed,TS 6 position chip. K&N CAI, 4" straightpipe, Auto Meter Elite gauges.
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